A CHESTER church is one of 400 congregations across the UK set to offer free courses to help people get their finances in order.
St Michael’s Church in Newton will be running the CAP money course following training from the debt charity Christians Against Poverty.
CAP money coach and member of the congregation, Phil Roberts, said: “We are putting on this course because we know how financial worry can mess up relationships and caused havoc with health and wellbeing.
“The CAP money course is there to debt-proof families against this kind of stress.”
The confidential sessions comprise three hours spread over three weeks and help people to create a household budget, prioritise spending, begin saving and reorganise banking.
It is designed to be helpful to anyone whether unemployed, receiving benefits, working, self-employed, retired, newly married or recently divorced.
“More than 20,000 people have enjoyed these debt prevention sessions across the UK in the past few years and it’s helped bring them real peace of mind – which we think is a good way to start the New Year,” added Phil.
To book, call Phil on 01829 752087 and to find out more visit www.capdebthelp.org.