We are committed to making a positive difference in the local community and beyond.
We provide support to those affected by drug or alcohol addiction, domestic abuse, sexual exploitation or sex trafficking. Additionally, we run a youth group to engage younger members of the community. Learn more about our projects and how you can get involved.
Unlocking freedom from addiction.
If you want to be free from your drug or alcohol addiction and know you can't do it alone, KEYS Community Detox can help you.
When & where:
Every Wednesday, 7.30pm - 9pm at Park Church, Boughey Road Shelton, Boughey Rd, Stoke-on-Trent ST4 2BZ
Every Wednesday, 10.30am - 12pm at St John's Church, Greasley Rd, Abbey Hulton, ST2 8JE
Tel: 07908 200782
Our youth group meets every 2-3 weeks for pizza, games and fellowship, followed by a small bible study that covers topics relevant to young people such as school, church, and their thoughts and views of the world.
We are excited to launch Reading the Bible Together (RBT), where we individually read a book of the Bible over the course of 6 weeks and then come together to discuss what we’ve learned about Jesus and ourselves. New members are always welcome!
Ask Carl or Katie at Hope for more information.
Whispers of Hope
Whispers of Hope works to support and protect victims of domestic abuse or sex trafficking who have no recourse to public funds and immigration issues.
One in four women in this country will experience domestic abuse, and of those who do, many will have no recourse to public funds.
Relume is a new Christian charity in Stoke-on-Trent aiming to help women find freedom and recovery from the harms caused by sexual exploitation and the sex industry. We started a few years ago as an on-street outreach called Yasha, connecting with women involved in street prostitution. We recently registered our charity under the umbrella name Relume so that we could begin reaching beyond the streets and connect with women involved in other kinds of sexual exploitation, commercial or otherwise. We’ve seen again and again that sexual exploitation tends to go hand in hand with other forms of harm such as drug and alcohol addiction, and that all too often it’s rooted in issues such as adverse childhood experiences or other kinds of trauma. So we’re thrilled to partner with other ministries like KEYS (drug and alcohol recovery support) and IMAGE (pregnancy crisis and post-abortion counselling), who together with us want to bring new avenues of hope to women who have struggled to find freedom and healing for their wounds.
Over time, God willing, we hope to see a vision fulfilled of having a property of blended ministries, where the Lord will ‘restore the vineyards’ of bruised and broken women (Hosea 2:14-15) and where His name will be loved.
Bikers Church exists primarily, but not exclusively, for bikers, their families and communities. By placing bikers at the heart of all we do, we are able to present Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour amongst those who have, like us, found great personal fulfilment on two wheels and take pleasure in the fellowship of other motorcyclists.
Bikers Church in Stoke-on-Trent is a new regular event on the 3rd Sunday of the month starting at 6.30pm. The venue is St. John’s Church & Welcome Centre, 30 Greasley Road, Abbey Hulton, Stoke-on-Trent, ST2 8JE.