Being Alongside / APCMH

Being Alongside -

 the Kindest Place to Be

A Christian based charity recognising the importance of spiritual values and support in mental health.

Patrons: Professor Andrew Sims and Rev’d Canon Roger Royle.

E&W Registered Charity: 1081642     UK Registered Company: 3957730

 ©           St Paul’s Church Centre, 5 Rossmore Road, NW1 6NJ.          Tel: 02033 972 497, then ext 1 or 3. (A Local Rate service)

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NB: Change of Date!

30th Anniversary!


Rev’d Andrew Wilson

(right) has kindly agreed to speak at our

30th (Pearl) Anniversary Celebrations at

Southwark Cathedral on Sunday 19 June, 2016

We will be having a Buffet Tea Reception in the

Gary Weston Library at 3pm followed by a celebration service led by Rev’d Canon Gilly Myers, the Cathedral’s Precentor.  

Space is limited for the Buffet, so be on the watch for an Application Form coming soon. (Suggested donation: £5.)

As the Cathedral venue is somewhat larger,

All Are Welcome to the 6.00pm Service!

Not So New Kid on the Block

"Mental Health Matters" is part of the Committee for Ministry of and among Deaf and Disabled People - part of the Archbishops' Council. It is co-ordinated by Rev'd Eva McIntyre.

Eva trained in mental health awareness as a prison chaplain. She has lived with depression and anxiety and is the author of 'A Quiet Mind' published by O books in 2011 (see books and downloads page), a vicar, storyteller and actor.

The work of Mental Health Matters is a collaboration between people in the Church of England and our ecumenical partners who are professionals and volunteers working on specialist projects and willing to share their work, expertise and experience. As you move around the site, you will find resources and links to help you learn and develop your ministry. You will also find information about existing projects and the people who co-ordinate them, so that you can consider trying them in your area.If you are involved in a project already that we don't know about, please do email us the details so that we can feature you on our site."

We're now on You Tube:


With a Little Help From My Friends’. 35 mins.

People living with mh conditions tell their story, supported by Prof Geoff Shepherd, & Bishop Stephen Sykes.

Mental Illness: An Inside Story’: TV Presenter Michael Nicholson anchors a collection of interviews with sufferers.

Also, see Patron Prof Andrew Sims on one of our subscribed channels. Link:

New Download Available


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