All services and groups are currently suspended, here you can find resources, helpful links, thoughts, prayers, activities and worship ideas! Stay Safe, stay at home. 

community Links

  • Rossendale Connected hub open to call 9am - 5pm, 7 days a week on 01706 227016, for help with food, medicine or someone to talk to. Or visit them online Here.

  • Rossendale Radio has a 1 hour Coronavirus slot at 10am each day, listen on 104.7FM 

  • Join Healthy Rossendale Facebook Group Here. 

  • Listen to NHS Mental Wellbeing audio guides  Here.

  • If you are worried that you or someone you live with has Coronavirus, go to a trusted website for information like the NHS Website

  • 'Keeping People Connected' A new service for people with learning difficulties and/or autism during Covid-19, call: 0300 303 0175  for support and someone to talk to or visit the website Here.

  • 'Big White Wall' provides a digital support and recovery service for anyone over 16 struggling with stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, bereavement and a range of other issues. Visit the website Here. 

  • 'Kooth' offers a web based confidential support for mental health and well being for young people. Visit the website Here

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Worship Links

  • A FREE phone service to hear prayers and news from the Methodist Church has been launched. Content is updated weekly on Thursday evening.

  • Listen to a prayer: 0808 281 2514

  • Listen to news: 0808 281 2478

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For Kids: 

'From the
By David Hollows

Tips for Looking after yourself During this time

  • Keep an eye on the news enough to stay informed but don't look at it too much, remember as long as you are following the rules, you're doing the best you can to help the situation. Worrying helps no one.

  • Try to eat healthy, well balanced meals, drink plenty of water, exercise if you can and try and get some fresh air and sunlight every day. Our physical health massively effects our emotions and looking after our bodies is a great way to improve our mood!

  • Try to get a good nights sleep. Worry keeping you up or interrupting your day? Here's a really simple way to calm your nerves you could try: Breathe in as you count to 4 and then breathe out and count to 7.  So, breathe in 1-2-3-4 breathe out 1-2-3-4-5-6-7. Or, Here's a list of guided meditations

  • Take time to do things you enjoy: read, play a board game, draw, write, do a crossword puzzle, cook, garden etc. 

  • Be careful not to overdo it on DIY attempts, this is not a good time to have to go to A&E! 

  • Of course, pray, explain your worries to God, stay hopeful and take some time for quiet prayer.

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