Bringing hope and practical support for women caught up in addictive behaviour
TK is an Ipswich based charity whose mission is to reach out with love, compassion and practical support to women struggling with addictions.
We have established a support group in Ipswich called "Women Together". It offers support and hope for any women whose lives have been affected by addiction.
We are creating on the outskirts of Ipswich a purpose built residential, rehabilitation centre for women recovering from addictions, primarily but not exclusively drug and alcohol addictions.
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Saturday 14th March 2015 at 7.30pm
St Johns Church, Cauldwell Hall Road
THE SUFFOLK CONSTABULARY MALE VOICE CHOIR
The Suffolk Constabulary Male Voice Choir was formed in April 1968 and has built a reputation and tradition for music to entertain a wide variety of audiences. Many concerts have been given over their forty six year history,
always to raise money for charity.
Colin Edgar BEM, the choir’s Musical Director, has been with the choir since 1969.
Come and enjoy this accomplished choir and support the work of Talitha Koum.
Tickets will be £5 and can be purchased from the TK office
on 01473 857432 or
We are looking for intercessors - prayer warriors - to cover individual trustees and team members in prayer.
Curry and Quiz night was very successful. Ken and Yvonne are planning a sky dive for 6 June. Suffolk Constabulary male voice choir at St John's, Ipswich on March 14th, for TK funds. Ken and Amanda to visit Woodbridge Road SA regarding this year's Carol Service and working together.
Women Together - a member of this group is being baptised at Shepherd Drive Church next month. Please pray that the next steps of development and planning move ahead quickly.
Ken is to speak to Witnesham Church Council and to the parish annual meeting. He has also placed an article in the local magazine. Please pray for wisdom for Ken and an opening of hearts among people of the village.
Please pray for Kay's continued recovery, and for Peter's eyes. Thanks, too, for a new arrival in Jackie's family. Please pray for Paul, our vice-patron. Please pray for Jenny's family. Please continue to pray for the necessary funding for this work.