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CAP Money Course at St Andrew's

St Andrew’s now runs a CAP (Christians Against Poverty) Money Course to help people to manage their money better. The course was designed by CAP and three members of our church attended training events, in order to be able to deliver it. The course is spread over 3 evenings, beginning at 7.00 pm and lasting for 1½ - 2 hours. The next course will take place on Mondays 2, 9 and 16 March. 

Whilst many people who benefit from the services of CAP have fallen heavily into debt and find themselves in crisis, the course is by no means exclusively for such people. There are many people who receive a good income, yet through being unable to budget properly, or control their spending, do not get the best out of their money. If that is you, you may think about joining us.

This course teaches people how to budget and how to rely less on credit cards, thus keeping control of where their money goes.

The course is open to anyone and it is run with confidentiality a priority. There is no charge for attending.

If you are interested in joining the course on 2 March, please email standrews@bradfordnorth.org.uk.

To find out more, go to the CAP website:

Martin B, St Andrew’s

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