Community and Justice Network (CJN)
‘Transforming Communities‘ is an important strand of our ‘Living God’s Love’ strategy. The Community and Justice Network (CJN) supports initiatives and projects of this nature, seeking to make known God’s love and His Kingdom values, among people in our local communities.
CJN Support Fund
This Fund is offered to support new Projects, Action or Initiatives that directly seek to address issues of local concern and need. Each year, grants from the CJN Support Fund can be awarded to help start-up new work – to apply, please use this CJN Support Application Form
- How much is a CJN Support Grant? Typically, between £200 and £600 (full details of the project/action are requested on the application form, and there is some discretion to approve a higher amount, if appropriate)
- Who can apply?
- Parish Churches
- Local Charities
- Community Groups
2020 CJN Support Grants include:
- January 2020 – St Francis Church, Luton, for ‘Love to Move’ – a community group, using music & movement, includes those with dementia.
- ‘The F Word: stories of forgiveness’ (The Forgiveness Project) – a thought-provoking exhibition in Christ Church, New Road, Ware SG12 7BS – from Tues 25 – Sat 29 February 2020. Now seen across the world by over 70,000 people, one comment made, “Probably the most important exhibition I’ve ever seen …” Further details in flyer: The F Word 25-29 Feb 2020