Becoming Dementia Friendly Church

The Bishop of Lichfield has signed our Dementia Friendly Church certificate which is displayed in church We can now use the “Becoming Dementia Friendly Church” logo. Tracey Williams is our Dementia Coordinator and will happily answer any questions about this.

Dementia Friendly Church Certificate

Tracey Williams wrote a “View from the Pews” in ChadNet 161 which she discusses her passion to enable St Chad`s Church to be designated a Dementia Friendly Church.

We held a dementia themed service on Sunday 5th November 2023. Read about it here.


Flowers

Items of interest and useful contact numbers.

Dementia UK (Admiral Nurses) helpline 0800 888 6678 – https://www.dementiauk.org

Alzheimer`s Society (Dementia Connect Support Line) 0333 150 3456 – https://www.alzheimers.org.uk

Herbert Protocol Form Staffordshire Police – https://www.staffordshire.police.uk

For Monthly Memory Café The Grand Theatre Wolverhampton – https://www.grandtheatre.co.uk

Please feel free to utilise resources within church.

Contact

Warmest Wishes
Tracey
Dementia Friendly Church Co-ordinator.


Forget-me-not Teas (Shifnal)

Forget me not

Forget-me-not teas are held at St Andrew’s Church in Shifnal on the third Thursday of each month, from 2pm until around 3.30pm. (In December 2023 it is held on the first Thursday instead.)

There’s no charge made for joining in with the Forget-me-not Teas: just go along for a cuppa and cake.

Forget-me-not is for people living with dementia and their carers to enjoy together. The Church wants to stay in step with people affected by dementia and these regular get-togethers give an opportunity to share a lovely afternoon together. There’s a warm welcome for everyone, irrespective of beliefs.

For more information, please ask Tracey Williams or visit their website.


Notices

Lichfield Cathedral Songs of Praise







Shifnal Dementia Focus Group letter