Levenshulme Women's Group - A reflection by Liz Kam

“One of the privileges of being a CRCWM (Church Related Community Work Minister) is having time. Knowing that your post willinspire Levenshulme WebPhoto last at least 5 years, and may be even 10, gives a CRCWM an opportunity to develop strong working relationships and trust with local people, and to walk with them through journeys of transformation.”

In the second reflection for June, CRCWM Liz Kam talks about her work with an inspirational Women's group in Levenshulme: "...they are a flourishing group of women committed to breaking down barriers of difference, ethnicity, age, culture and religion".

 

Groups, such as this, have never been so important given the recent atrocities in our communities as they "can help to shore up the foundations of the cohesive and strong community that we need to combat such hatred and terror.”

To read the full article, please click here: Levenshulme Women's Group - A reflection by Liz Kam

To find out about Levenshulme Inspire, click here: http://www.lev-inspire.org.uk/

You can read more about Liz on our own CRCW Projects page here: Levenshulme Inspire URC, Manchester

Levenshulme Inspire URC, Manchester

Levenshulme Inspire URC, Manchester