Head of Department: Steve Robinson
Pastor In Charge: Pastor Amos Akinwale
Making local communities better
Who are we?
The Nehemiah Community Project 7 – TNCP7
We believe in Mission because
- It enables communities to fight poverty,
- It empowers through education and to be economically self-sustaining
- It forms positive social networks, and
- It encourages a sense of value & belonging.
We have these Aims / Objectives
- Positive activities
- Life skills and alternative education
- Facilitating Voluntary work
The Nehemiah Community project does what it says on the tin, "making local communities better".
Nothing is too small or too big for TNCP7 to get involved in whether it is supporting the Elderly in care homes, giving clothes to the homeless, engaging disaffected young persons or providing emergency food relief to families or individuals living in extreme poverty.
TNCP7 provides a wide variety of opportunities for people to reach out into the communities and help others in practical ways. We also support, encourage and work with other organisations to give back to communities in Cambridge.
You can be part of TNCP7 in the following ways
1. Giving Time
We are always in need of volunteers to help us support the Elderly in care homes (elderly befriending); embark on community projects to share the love of Christ in action on the parks and streets of Cambridge.
It is also a great opportunity for students to gain first hand internship and apprenticeship experience whilst working voluntary for TNCP7.
2. Giving Money
Whether it's £1.00 or £1000.00, we ensure that 100% of what you give goes to the specified project of your choice.