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Our story begins in a dark place...
business pressures, long work hours, stress, financial burden, exhaustion...
anxiety, our marriage battered, family life strained, depression, isolation...
THEN THINGS BEGAN TO CHANGE
We changed our priorities, changed our plans and began to meet with others who shared our faith...
AND THE RESTORATION BEGAN...
10 years on, we have a number of initiatives to help those who are struggling.
Click on one of the links below to see how we can help you....
experiencing domestic violence?
can't afford to get married?
anxious, stressed, depressed?
lonely or isolated?
If you'd like to know more about the church, please click here.
If you'd like information about the coffee shop including
hiring the facility, please click here.
GET IN TOUCH
Debt to Freedom
Partners: The Third Place & Christians Against Poverty
Free debt help from a friendly and supportive team.
CAP helps people break free from debt in communities across Wales.
In debt? Call 0800 328 0006
Link to more information: www.capuk.org
Funded by: St David's Church Hubberston, Church of the Holy Spirit Hubberston, Broad Haven Baptist Church, Johnson Baptist Church, Ebeneezer Church Haverfordwest, Zion Church Neyland, St Cewydd
St Peters Church Steynton & private donors.
Rough Sleeping to POD
Partners: The Third Place & Pembrokeshire Care Society
Two purpose-built, emergency accommodation PODS,
providing a safe and warm temporary home for rough sleepers.
Rough sleeping? Call 01437 765335
Link to more information: PODS
Funded by: The Third Place, Pembrokeshire Action for the Homeless, Pembrokeshire County Council & private donors.
Homeless to House
Partners: The Third Place, Green Pastures
& Pembrokeshire Care Society
A 3-bedroom house in Milford Haven, providing shared and supported accommodation for homeless men
Need help: Call 01437 765335
Link to more information: www.greenpastures.net
Funded by: The Third Place, Green Pastures & private donors
Domestic Violence to Safety
Partners: The Third Place & Restored UK
Friendship, empathy, advice, support, the Freedom Programme
& group support for ladies escaping domestic violence.
Need help: Email email@example.com
Funded by: The National Lottery Community Fund
A beautiful wedding ceremony officiated by the Minister,
authorised person and pianist at The Third Place at no cost.
Free package includes the Pre-Marriage Course,
a practical five-session course for couples who are engaged or exploring the idea of marriage.
Can't afford to get married? Call 07747 602056
Link to more information: www.themarriagecourse.org
Poor to positive wellbeing
Partners: The Third Place & Renew Wellbeing
A quiet shared space where it's OK not to be OK.
Renew spaces are simple cafe style spaces run by local churches where hobbies and activities are shared. Each cafe space is attached to a prayer space where inner habits of wellbeing are shared. Each church partners with a mental health professional to ensure good inclusive practices can be sustained.
Being present • Being prayerful • Being in partnership
Wednesdays 10:30 - 12:30
Link to more information: www.renewellbeing.org.uk
Hungry to well fed
Partners: The Third Place, Pembrokeshire Care, Share & Give, Fareshare Cymru
Surplus food that would be disposed of by local supermarkets is collected and re-distributed to those in need.
Hot meals served free at point of need.
Sunday - Thursday
The Third Place is no ordinary coffee shop.
Run by volunteers, it's a coffee shop with a purpose,
providing a hub for the church to bring love and justice to our community through projects,
prayer, worship, friendship and superb coffee and cake!
Facilities at the coffee shop are also available for hire, bringing additional service provision into the locality.
Sun 9:30 - 1
Mon 9:30 - 1
Tue 9:30 - 1
Wed 9:30 - 1
Thu 9:30 - 5
Closed during half terms & August
The heart of Jesus is justice and love,
so the aim of the church at The Third Place is to reflect the heart of Jesus in the community in which we live and work.
Our charity runs a number of projects to address poverty and combat the modern day ills of the society in which we live
- debt, rough sleeping, poor mental health, homelessness,
domestic violence, family breakdown, food poverty,
loneliness and isolation.
The church is part of an international group of churches called
Church of the Nations.
Sunday Service 11 - 12
Worship Tuesday 10:30 - 11:30
Contact and directions
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