CAP COURSE

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Quaystone Church runs the Christians Against Poverty Money Course. This is a comprehensive yet astonishingly simple money management course to help you get, and then stay, in control of your finances.
 

What happens on the course?

 

Course delegates are helped and encouraged to think more about budgeting and living within their means, while also being shown a cash-based system that allows them to take control of their finances.

CAP Money is a three session, DVD-based course. For each session, there is a 30-minute presentation by John Kirkby, the Founder and International Director of CAP. The remainder of the session is a group discussion which is facilitated by trained Money Coaches. The course is designed to be confidential - course delegates do not have to disclose any information about their personal finances unless they choose to.

 

Who is the course for?

 

The course is for anyone who wants to manage their money better. It is for those who are struggling with debt or tight incomes. It is also for those who are have plenty, but wonder where it all goes. It is for people who are in work, for people on benefits, for students, for single parents, for couples, for Christians and for those with different beliefs - in fact it is for everyone.
 

Who are the Money Coaches?

 

Money Coaches are members of Quaystone who have been trained by CAP to run the course, and to help with the group discussion and preparation of budgets. Quaystone’s Money Coaches are Jim and Joan Turner, Joan Jacobs, Hyunju Lee and Michaela Southworth.
 

Who are CAP?

 

Christians Against Poverty is a national debt counselling charity founded in 1996 by John Kirkby in his home city of Bradford. CAP works through a network of centres based in local churches. CAP offers hope and a solution to anyone in debt through its unique, in-depth service. In 2006, CAP launched the Money Course to help people to live within their means, and how to avoid getting into serious debt problems.
To find out more about CAP, visit their website or read John Kirkby’s book, ‘Nevertheless’.

Quaystone runs the course several times each year. To get further details on the next course, please contact the church office.




 
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