Kintsugi Hope
Wellbeing Groups.

Supported by the Mind and Soul Foundation and All Churches Trust

With the majority of the nation currently separated from family, friends and loved ones, Kintsugi Hope's message is simple: Social isolation does NOT mean social disconnection.

As a result Kintsugi Hope Wellbeing Groups are now online, enabling Churches to reach their congregations and communities with resources to support people's mental and emotional wellbeing.

What is a Kintsugi Hope Wellbeing Group?

A Kintsugi Hope Wellbeing Group is a safe and supportive space:

Issues covered include; disappointment, loss, anxiety, anger perfectionism, shame and resilience. Feedback so far has been amazing.

For full details about Kintsugi Hope Wellbeing Groups, download our brochure.

How do we set up a Kintsugi Hope Wellbeing Group?

To run a Group, your Church first needs to apply to become a Kintsugi Hope Church Partner (to ensure great safeguarding and for the group to be well-supported). Once this is in place, your church can recommend as many people as they want to train to become Group Leaders and run a group.

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Group Leader Training

Once the application process is complete, Group Leaders are required to compete Kintsugi Hope Wellbeing Group training. Previously training took place over 2 days in various locations across the country. Since the COVID-19 Government regulations around Social Distancing and Public Gatherings have been in place, Kintsugi Hope have moved all Group Leader training online. Please refer to the Application Pack for further information.