Partner OrganisationsPartner organisations are those groups who work alongside the Mill and share the aims and objectives of the charity. The Mill seeks to creatively use its resources and team to support each partner where most needed and on an individual basis.
If you would like to know how to become a Partner Organisation and benefit from the financial and practical support offered by the team at the Mill, please contact us on 802900 to arrange a preliminary meeting to discuss your plans and ideas.
For details of what it involves to be a Mill Partner, how the Mill can help your organisation or group and application forms go to Become a Partner.
Cruse Bereavement Care
Cruse exists to promote the well being of bereaved people and to enable them to understand their grief and cope with loss. Cruse Bereavement Care on the Isle of Man was founded in 1988 and to date has provided counselling to in excess of 1,000 people. The branch is funded entirely from Manx grants and donations. For more information visit http://www.cruseisleofman.org/
Jigsaw Counselling with Elspeth Griffiths is a counselling service for adults, based at St Johns Mill in St Johns, at the heart of the Isle of Man.
Counselling is sometimes called 'the talking therapy'. It allows you to explore any areas of difficulty within a safe and confidential environment. Your counsellor will encourage you to talk about what is troubling you with the aim of helping you to better understand the issues involved and identify a way forward. Contact Elspeth: http://www.counselling-isleofman.com/
The home of Christian Aid on the Isle of Man. Tackling poverty and injustice worldwide. Seeking benefits on the ground, an end to injustice. We're here to support the fantastic work that individuals, churches and communities do to bring about change in some of the poorest parts of the world. https://www.facebook.com/ChristianAidIsleofMan
All Saints' Centre for Mission and Ministry
Tutors on-island, working with Chester University, deliver a training course to degree level for those selected to train for ministry in the church. Those wishing to explore their faith and belief should consider the Diocesan Certificate in Christian Studies which is open to all who are interested, as well as being a foundation course for the All Saints Course.
For more details visit www.allsaintscentre.org.
Diocesan Certificate in Christian Studies
This is open to anyone interested in studying theology - looking into faith and belief in different ways from a normal Bible Study.
It is a course of 30 weeks divided into 6 modules, each of 5 weeks. The modules are titled as: Introduction, Old Testament, New Testament, Doctrine (what we believe), Ethics and Liturgy (how we worship together). Each module has an assignment, and although these are not compulsory, most people enjoy doing them and get great satisfaction from their achievement. Whilst theoretically it is possible to study individual modules the intention is that this is a whole course. Those who complete the course will be awarded a certificate, presented at an evening service in the Cathedral.
For more information contact: Margaret Burrow on firstname.lastname@example.org