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Enfield Grace Advocacy Service 

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Enfield. Here at ETCC we want to reach out to our community to help those who are in need. Particularly at the moment there are many struggling with debt, health issues, benefits, housing or social care. We want to help.

Grace. We are Christians only because of the Grace of God shown in Jesus Christ who gave up his life for us. Full of compassion, representing us. The ultimate advocate.

Advocacy. We listen we advise, we signpost, we write and speak to authorities and agencies on behalf of clients. We are there for the long term, holding hands as it were through life's challenges. We work as a team of volunteers in Enfield as part of a national Grace Advocacy network of teams who pool their expertise and insights.

So if you need help please contact us by email enfield@graceadvocacy.org or call 02034751510, or click on the links below.

Contact will be over the phone or via online video services such as Zoom/Google Meets.

Enfield Grace Advocacy Service offers a free advocacy service that has been specifically designed to help vulnerable adults who are struggling with multiple, complex problems. We work with our clients to stabilise their affairs, and can help with:

Money and debt;
Benefits;
Housing;
Adult Social Care;
NHS.


As advocates, we hand-hold our clients through the process of stabilising their lives. We will help them: navigate the bureaucracy, fill in the forms, defend their rights, challenge unfair decisions, deal with unaffordable debt and bills and find ways to get the care they need.


How we work


The Enfield Grace Advocacy Team is the result of a partnership between Enfield Town Community Church and Grace Advocacy. All our advocates are volunteers from Enfield Town Community Church who benefit from the training, support, and resources of Grace Advocacy and are subject to its policies, procedures and management.


What you can expect


If there is an issue worrying you then book an appointment, and we will chat about it with you over a cup of tea. We might not have all the answers, but we will help you find them. Once a plan of action has been identified, we will help you to carry it out and achieve this in a reasonable time frame.


Book an appointment


To book an appointment please email enfield@graceadvocacy.org or call 02034751510.

 

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Hello and welcome to our church. If you are a new visitor, we have a page for you to get to know us and learn more about planning a visit.
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Planning your Visit

New to Church?


Welcome! Whether you've just moved to the area, or have lived here all your life, we hope our website helps you to find out everything you want to know about this church.

This page includes some practical information to make your visit as easy as possible. Please feel free to contact us if you would like any more information before you come - simply email office@enfieldtown.church.

If you are new to Christianity, then you are most welcome, click here for some helpful information!

If you would like to, leave your details below and we will be in touch!
 
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When & Where does the church meet?


We meet every Sunday at 10.00am and 5pm at:

Enfield Town Community Church
79 Cecil Road
Enfield
EN2 6TJ


In addition to our Sunday Services we have regular children and youth work and midweek activities. More information is available here
 

I have more questions, how can I get in touch?

 
Please feel free to contact us at office@enfieldtown.church. If you want to know who works in the church office, check out our Staff page.