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Family, bills, deadlines – every week a long list of people and things fight for your attention. And when problems arise, frustration and stress also surface.

When it all gets a bit much, speaking with someone has been proven to alleviate symptoms of stress and clear a heavy mind. According to Mind – a mental health charity in England and Wales, “telling the people close to you how you’re feeling can make all the difference.”

Seeking support is essential – after all ‘a burden shared is a burden halved.’ You don’t have to struggle on your own, if you are struggling to manage and are in search of a shoulder to lean on, you can count on us.

Our local churches are opened 7 days a week, from 6:30am until the last person leaves, offering spiritual support. From daily meetings to 1-2-1 sessions of prayer and personalised spiritual advice, we aim to empower you so that you can combat even your greatest problems.

If you are in need of a mid-week spiritual boost, visit us at your local Universal Church today and ask to speak with a Pastor or an Assistant. They will advise you according to your situation based on the Word of God.

Alternatively, if you need to speak to one of our Pastors urgently, do not hesitate to contact our 24-Hour Helplines.

Whether you are struggling to cope with stress, battling burdensome thoughts or simply needing to vent, we are here to offer you relief through the power of faith.

No matter the day or time that you get in touch, someone will be ready to help you.

 

24-Hour WhatsApp: 020 7686 6010
24-Hour Helpline: 020 7686 6000

 

FAQ

Q: What is the Universal Church’s Helpline?

A: Our helpline is a service that provides spiritual support and practical advice to individuals who are feeling burdened or overwhelmed. It was established with the mission of being there for those in need, offering a non-judgmental listening ear.

 

Q: How can I access the Helpline?

A: Our helpline can be accessed either through WhatsApp or by calling the helpline number. Both options are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, ensuring that someone is always there to listen and offer support.

 

Q: How can I encourage a friend or family member who is feeling overwhelmed to seek help?

A: Approach the situation with empathy and understanding. Let them know that you’ve noticed that they’ve been struggling and that it’s okay to seek help. Provide them with our contact information and give them space to reach out to us.

 

Sources: Mind.org.uk 

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