Rushmere Christian Fellowship (RCF) Ipswich is hosting an Easter Fair afternoon over the school holidays to raise support for the work of CAP (Christians Against Poverty). This event which will include traditional fete games, face painting and refreshments and is open to all families. It takes place on Sunday 7th April at 4pm at Dumbarton Scout Hall, Rushmere.
The event is free to attend but a small amount(10p/20p) will be charged to play the games with these monies going to the work of CAP.
RCF’s link with CAP has been well established for over five years with the church supporting and financing the role of Jayne Green – a church member who is the CAP Ipswich debt centre manager.
RCF Lead Pastor James Edgell told Network Suffolk:
“Christians Against Poverty is making an incredible difference to the lives of so many people living with debt. We are privileged as a church to play a role in seeing God change lives and hearts through the work of CAP here in the area of Ipswich”.
For more information on the Easter Fair Family Fun at 4 event and other RCF related activities, please visit www.rcfchurch.org.uk