St Saviour’s Community Project exists to:
- To provide material support for residents of High Green facing deprivation;
- To empower local people in developing their lives; and
- To provide opportunities for community and relationship building.
Since January 2014 we have been running the Friday Feast.
Currently suspended due to Corona Virus restrictions.
This meets in the Church Hall on Mortomley Lane (next to Ecclesfield Parish Council Offices). On Friday evenings we provide a two course cooked meal for people who are struggling. The meal is cooked by volunteers on site and is made out of healthy ingredients. The cost is £1 for adults and children eat free – this is our way of trying to help tackle child poverty. The meal is served at 5.00pm, but the hall is open for chat and games for children etc from about 4.30pm.
The Project is run by St Saviour’s PCC. The church makes no profit from the project, in fact it only began because church members donated £4000 of their own money to get it started.
We have a constitution which set out are aims and the terms by which we operate. You can find it here: SSC Community Project Constitution