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Member of the Baptist Union & local Baptist church network. A group Christian’s who meet regularly to worship God & serve the local, national & international community. A variety of small groups meet weekly. God is actively at work in this world, inviting people to worship, follow and enjoy a relationship with Him and He has given His church that same task. Here at Avenue we see being part of God’s mission as an outworking of our vision to see a transformed world through changed lives. This is something that encompasses every part of life and that’s why you will see the church is engaged with huge variety of activities, from Foodbanks and Winter Night Shelter’s to Alpha Courses and supporting Overseas Missionaries

23 October 2018
East of England
Faith Groups
Local Alliances:
Southend, Castle Point and Rochford District Dementia Action Alliance

1. Action Plan

1. The National Dementia Declaration lists seven outcomes that the DAA are seeking to achieve for people with dementia and their carers. How would you describe your organisation’s role in delivering better outcomes for people with dementia and their carers?

Want to support carers & those with dementia in exploring faith & what it means fro them with disease. Also want to provide a welcoming environment for everyone where they feel cared for & can see God’s love in action towards them in a non judgmental  environment. Where possible to be of practical help. 

2. What are the challenges to delivering these outcomes from the perspective of your organisation?

Ensuring the majority have at least done the dementia friends training.

Member website


2. Actions

  • Safety for those with dementia

    Dementia friendly signage through out new building; thought to layout of furniture etc during meetings. Learning about the best way to help those we come in contact with by building relationships with them.

    2018 - Fourth Quarter Update

    Dementia frienldy signage now installed in building. Still learning more about how we can best serve those with dementia & their carers; encouraging groups to use building.

  • Inclusive worship, caring, safe & supportive environment, with people trying to be more informed about dementia.

    Some dementia friends sessions completed, with more to come. We welcome those with dementia & their carers to our services. Please tell us what helps you.

    2018 - Fourth Quarter Update

    Continuing to plan further dementia friend sessions. We welcome those with dementia & their carers to our services. Please tell us what helps you.

  • To have more dementia friends training for the church community & those who use our buildings.

    More sessions to be held & encourage another champion trained


    2018 - Fourth Quarter Update


  • Afternoon Tea for those with Dementia and their carers

    3rd November 1400-1600hrs free of charge.

    Parking available at church or across the road at St Helens Catholic Church.

    Background music, friendly faces and a warm welcome.


    Being implemented

    2018 - Fourth Quarter Update

    See above action regarding Afternoon Tea