CareTeam is an app that can be used on a smart phone or tablet and lets you connect, share and plan care workload with family and friends. It brings together a calendar, alerts, tasks and messaging to help you connect support with other family members, neighbours, paid carers or anyone involved in your circle of support. It’s easy to use, enabling people to share important information such as medications, tasks and appointments on a secure network that can also include healthcare professionals and voluntary care providers. It can also come with household sensors to allow carers to check remotely and identify potential issues such as the home being too cold or there being no movement.
The CareTeam project is a research project and partnership between the University of Southampton, Southampton City Council and NquiringMinds and we are looking for participants to help test the app and sensors. They are issued freely with the only requirements being that the supported adult is over 18 and has a smart device with access to Wi-Fi or mobile data.
These websites are suggested by the Diocese of Winchester as being useful to visitors of our website.
Diocese of Winchester: www.winchester.anglican.org
The online home of the Diocese of Winchester, providing latest news, resources, contact details and stories of good news from around the community.
Church of England: www.churchofengland.org
National website of the Church of England - check it regularly for latest national news and developments.
We are a member church of the evangelical alliance which is the 'largest and oldest body representing the UK's two million evangelical Christians'.
Church Weddings Project: www.yourchurchwedding.org
A site all couples considering a church wedding must visit! A range of resources and information is available to help plan your church wedding.
The Try Praying campaign started in Edinburgh and is now spreading far afield. It's aim is to engage people in talking to God as the very first starting point of building up a relationship with Jesus. We are seeking to share the Try Praying booklet out on the precinct in Lordshill every Tuesday.
The Good Money App: Available to download from both the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store
Developed nationally with ecumenical partners, the Good Money App is a useful tool for church members to have on their phone to help manage your giving, reflect and pray about generosity and to plan your finances. Why not download it and try it out?
These are the websites of groups/organisations/initiatives that we are involved with or support in some way.
A local Christian charity that seeks to support older people.
Sailor's Society: https://www.sailors-society.org
A personal lifeline for seafarers at home, in port and at sea.
Christian Aid: http://www.christianaid.org.uk
A UK Charity fighting global poverty by working in partnership with churches, individuals and local organisations in communities worldwide.
Women's World Day of Prayer: http://www.wwdp.org.uk
This is an international ecumenical Christian initiative. It is run under the motto “Informed Prayer and Prayerful Action,” and is celebrated annually in over 170 countries on the first Friday in March.
Evangelical Alliance: http://www.eauk.org
This is the largest and oldest body representing evangelical Christians in the UK.
Messy Church: http://www.messychurch.org.uk
Messy Church is:
a way of being church for families involving fun
is found across the world
values are about being Christ-centred, for all ages, based on creativity, hospitality and celebration