Rushmere Christian Fellowship to offer course in life skills for those on low income

The course will help those on low incomes. Picture: PHOTOBYLOVE

The course will help those on low incomes. Picture: PHOTOBYLOVE - Credit: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Rushmere Christian Fellowship is launching nine-week life courses to help people on low income look after themselves, and feel positive.

The course is the Christians Against Poverty life skills course, which aims to help people with their decision-making skills and budgeting.

Among the sessions will be cooking healthy meals on a budget, managing household bills, budgeting and maintaining healthy relationships.

The sessions are run in a relaxed environment within small groups, with people able to share advice on what works and doesn’t work for them.

The next course starts on Monday, September 25 from 7.30pm, and is being held at 121 Sidegate Lane, Ipswich.

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Christians Against Poverty gives free help to everyone regardless of age, gender, faith or background

To find out more and to sign up call 07783 825933 or email the group here.

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