Our South Essex Mind & Spirit Cluster Group *Women Together* has been nominated & shortlisted for the *‘Strengthening Communities Award’* at this year's Essex Activity Awards!
This is up for public vote! 🗳
Please help us to win. Click on the below link to vote! Scroll towards the bottom of the page to the "strengthening communities” section (blue) & click the box for Women Together
ANYONE can caste a vote & please also encourage family & friends to vote too!
Let’s watch this space….
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We are a community organisation that supports people by raising awareness of spiritual care in mental health recovery.
An important part of this work includes promoting respect for people’s beliefs and practices from faith traditions other than our own. This includes those beliefs of people who claim no religious affiliation, but nonetheless affirm themselves as spiritual beings.
a multi agency approach to mental health and spirituality issues across Essex and take an...
local Cluster Groups. Anyone can join a Cluster Group....
for faith communities, service providers and other relevant organisations....
information conferences and seminars, exhibitions, presentations and ...
Essex Mind & Spirit (EMS) are nearing the completion of the first phase of their project to audit the faith/belief lead/run initiatives/projects across the county.
and was well attended. Hospital Chaplain Reverend Paul Walker gave an illustrated introduction to the importance of Hospital visitation in meeting a persons spiritual /holistic needs.
60+ people representing different faith communities and voluntary and statutory organisations came to the St. Cedds Hall of Chelmsford Cathedral on Tuesday 19th May 2015 to hear of progress made by Essex Mind and Spirit (EMS) since their County Conference in April 2013 held in Chelmsford Cathedral called “Tackling Mental Health Issues in a Multi Faith Context”.