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Coffee Stop

What Is It?

The Monday Coffee Stop at Heathervale Baptist Church provides a comfortable and relaxed environment in which to enjoy a coffee or pot of tea. It is open to everyone in the community.

It’s an ideal place to share some time with your friends and neighbours or simply to read the  paper whilst enjoying a drink and a slice of home made cake. A small play area is provided for those with young children.

It is run on a not-for-profit basis by volunteers who are keen to serve the community in this way. The homemade cakes are donated, so every penny of any profit is given directly to local and international charities.

Drinks and food on offer include filter coffee,  a selection of teas, hot chocolate, cold drinks, milk shakes and homemade cakes.

 

What Is It?

The Monday Coffee Stop is in the lounge at the Heathervale Baptist Church from 10.00am - 12.00pm every Monday during school term time.

 

What Is It?

The Coffee Stop donates all money raised to both local and international charities.

Currently, the following organisations are supported:

 

Compassion UK

The Coffee Stop sponsor a young girl called Elizabeth who lives in Uganda, through Compassion UK, a charity which seeks out some of the world’s most vulnerable children and, through individual sponsorships, provides them with the means to break the cycle of poverty and create a viable future.

For more information visit the web site: www.compassionuk.org

 

Eikon

Eikon is a Surrey based charity that has been working in the local community for almost two decades, providing long term support to some of the county's most vulnerable young people and their families.  Eikon strongly believes in early intervention, helping young people overcome difficult personal issues, before they become long term, damaging problems.

Currently operating in four secondary schools and five youth centres, Eikon's vision is to develop happy, thriving and resilient young adults who are able to contribute positively to society, through inspirational Youth Specialists who give expert advice and mentoring tailored to individual needs, plus a range of targeted programmes, activities and residential courses.

For more information or to receive the 'Eikonnect' newsletter go to:  www.eikon.org.uk