Horsham Church partners with national charity to provide free debt relief

Lifespring have been so concerned about the issues facing so many people in the greater Horsham area that they have joined forces with debt counseling charity Christians Against Poverty (CAP) to provide free debt relief to residents of the city and surrounding areas.

Mike Cade of Lifespring said: “We are all aware of the current pressures facing household budgets. Even after the spring declaration, people are facing soaring food prices and home energy bills that are rising like never before.

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“It makes the cost of living unmanageable for many, especially low-income people who were barely managing before.”

Lifespring Church has partnered with a national charity to help people in Horsham lift themselves out of debt and poverty. Photo courtesy of Google Maps

Mike recently trained as the new manager of CAP’s debt center in Horsham. He will lead a team of volunteers and supporters to deliver CAP’s unique face-to-face debt service to local people, with emotional support and practical help throughout a person’s journey out of debt, no matter what. be how long it will take.

Mike added: “The church is not about buildings or competing with each other to have the biggest congregation.

“The church is here to love and serve everyone in our community, especially those who need it most, showing them care and compassion and giving them as much support as possible.

“I am so humbled when I see the number and range of local churches coming together to support the people of the Horsham area.

“I’m especially excited to promote CAP’s work to ensure that as many people as possible get the help they need.

“Anyone struggling or struggling with increasing financial pressure can contact CAP on the freephone number 0800 328 0006 or go to capuk.org right away and start getting help. Please don’t wait.

Jerry B. Hatch