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If you are struggling with the rising costs of living and are facing financial crisis we are here to help.

Emergency food

Foodbanks exist to support anyone who is facing a financial crisis and needs emergency food. We partner with several churches to run Peterborough Foodbank which also works with Citizens Advice Peterborough; advisors run drop-in sessions at all our Foodbanks to offer information and advice on benefits, housing, immigration and income maximisation issues for anyone who accesses the Foodbank. We also run a Foodbank location in Cambridge and, in Leicester, we work in partnership with Open Hands, a great local charity who are also able to provide emergency food and wider support.

Foodbanks work on a referral basis so please either speak to your Pastoral Leader in the first instance (e.g. LifeGroup Leader / Group Pastor / Area Pastor), or let us know you need food using the form below. 

I need food help

Alternatively, you can find out more about Foodbank support in your area via The Trussell Trust Foodbank’s website.

  Trussell Trust

Care Zone and other practical support

In Peterborough, through the Care Zone, we are able to provide good-quality donated furniture, household good and kitchen utensils to people who do not have these items and are facing financial difficulty, including for those who may have recently experienced homelessness and are allocated accommodation that they need to furnish. In Cambridge and Leicester, through our partnerships with local organisations, practical support is also available.

If you are in crisis and need practical support, our Pastoral Teams are able to make referrals for this help so please either speak to your Pastoral Leader in the first instance or let us know you need practical help.

I need practical help

Debt Advice

Do you need help with debt or money problems? Whatever your situation, you don’t have to tackle it alone. Our team are ready to support you along the journey to becoming debt-free. This service is completely free and all advice we pass on from the experts at Community Money Advice is unconditional and confidential. We have a team of highly trained volunteers who offer support to navigate the journey out of debt.

For more information, please contact us on

Financial Freedom Course

This is a relaxed, fun and interactive course that will teach you principles for managing your day-to-day finances, including helping you build a budget in order to take better control of your financial situation. This in-person course has six sessions, including teaching and practical help towards building your budget. It will be running in the new year. If you are interested in joining this in-person course, please register below.


Local support

For further help locally with the cost of living crisis, please visit your local Council website: