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Our partners

At SPSJ, we have the privilege of working with so many different groups of people and organisations both from within and beyond our existing congregations. You can explore some of them below!

Kintsugi Hope


Kintsugi Hope is a charity based in the UK striving to make a difference to people's mental wellbeing.

"Kintsugi' (金継ぎ) is a Japanese technique for repairing pottery with seams of gold. The word means 'golden joinery'in Japanese. This repairs the brokenness in a way that makes the object more beautiful, and even more unique than it was prior to being broken. 

At SPSJ, we have trained team members to deliver 6-12 week group with all ages, providing a safe and secure environment in which to explore mental wellbeing through practical tools in a facilitated peer mentoring style setting.

To visit their website for more information, click the picture or to enquire about upcoming groups at SPSJ, contact Rev. Andy Dodwell.

Close House

Close House is a detached Youth Centre in Hereford, in the West Midlands, UK.  They help young people aged 11-24 to become mature, be helpful and grow hungry for a full life. They aim to break the cycle of negative experience and behaviour that some young people face, helping them find hope and aspiration and enabling them to control the direction their own lives take. Close House can be found behind St Peter's Church- do get in touch with them below for more information!

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Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain

In partnership with and funded by Herefordshire Council, and in partnership many local partners, we are doing our best to respond actively to the very distressing war that we are witnessing in Ukraine, and the displacement of people that it is causing.

To find out more about what we are doing in partnership and as part of our Ukrainian Project, check out our Ukrainian Response page.

Not Forgotten

Faith Ford has spent much time researching the St James' WW1 and WW2 war memorials as well as some of those associated with St James' who worked at the Rotherwas Munitions Factory and the local Land Girls. 

On her website, you can see her findings from part 1 of her research as well as a range of poetry, photographs and prayers she has written.


Click the picture to be taken there.



Vennture is a charity that runs the Street Pastors, Ambassadors, Lean-on-Me and Family Pastors and mentors in Hereford. Like their founders, they bring meaning to the power of Jesus' love to address the challenges of today's society through Street Pastors, Lean-on-Me, Ambassadors & our Family and Individuals Mentoring programmes.


With a mission to 'Love People Better', they work to make a difference to vulnerable people's lives, using well equipped and supported volunteers.


Click the picture to get in touch with them or find our more.

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