As a Christian organisation we recognise the power of prayer. We welcome anyone who wants to join us in praying for our projects and the people we support.
As a staff and volunteer team we meet to pray at 11am every working day. We also pray in our fortnightly meetings on Tuesday afternoons. If you would like to join us for any of these meetings please get in touch and we’d be happy to arrange it.
There are opportunities for prayer on a large, corporate scale at our annual celebrations. Please contact us for details.
We would love it if you would like to pray around the issues mentioned in the newsletters, either individually or as a church.
If you would like to start a prayer group to support Pecan, we would be delighted to hear from you too. Please contact Chris Price on:
Thanks for all your prayers.
GOT ANY QUESTIONS?
If you would like a little more information about how our Christian ethos affects our work, you can find it here.
If you still have some questions, than don’t hesitate to contact us with the box below.
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Investors in People
19 years continuous recognition.
We currently hold a Silver accreditation.
The 2017 report states:
“100% of people feel appreciated for the work that they do at Pecan. It is a very positive environment in which to work and there is much praise from leaders, managers and colleagues.”
10 years continuous accreditation. The most recent report (2018) states:
“An enduring strength of Pecan is the professional, client focused and empathetic team displaying an exceptional commitment to local people and supporting clients to
progress and achieve their full potential.”
APS (Approved Provider Status)
First achieved by our Moving On project in August 2015. The report states:
“Using a person-centred approach mentors were able to motivate mentees and to provide effective support with an impressive range of daily living issues… The Moving On mentors and management team are clearly very committed in their support of the mentees. Moreover, the project is well embedded in PECAN’s wider community services, such as the careers and employment support, the Foodbank and HOurBank that can also benefit the mentees.”