Alison Tsang

Alison Tsang

Alison heads up the Compassionate Communities for the Diocese of London, who exist to support & equip churches and chaplaincies across the Diocese to better serve their communities compassionately.

Posts by Alison Tsang

Mental Health and Spirituality: A new report

27 July 2022 by Alison Tsang

A new report out, commissioned by Bishop of London, the Right Revd Dame Sarah Mulally, draws lessons from how NHS professionals, faith leaders and members of faith communities can work together to improve community mental health.

Responding to the Afghan Refugee Crisis

08 September 2021 by Alison Tsang

If you are a church wondering what you can do to respond to the Aghanistan crisis and the arrival to the UK of those fleeing the new regime, here’s more information

Being Good News to those struggling with money

23 April 2020 by Right Rev Dr Joanne Woolway Grenfell by Alison Tsang

a 25 minute video with Bishop Joanne Grenfell and Alison Tsang, Capital Mass, talking about how churches can respond in this time of financial struggles for many

COVID 19 - What happens now?

23 March 2020 by Alison Tsang

The questions we’re all asking with the rapidly changing situation as London comes to terms with the Coronavirus outbreak - we don’t have answers but we’re here to help churches where we can

Listening to God, serving people’s needs

03 February 2020 by Alison Tsang

At St Pauls Hounslow West, listening to God and their community has meant they have grown an extraordinary “ordinary” community cafe, to meet the needs of the parish they serve. Here is the story of it.

Making saving a social thing: Church run savings clubs

20 November 2019 by Alison Tsang

Sacred Heart RC Church in Kilburn set up a simple savings club through the credit union within their church activities, with the aim of transforming their community’s attitudes and behaviours to saving.

Being Brave: Helping church talk about money issues

05 November 2019 by Alison Tsang

When a team from the Hackney Parish came to a session on how they could respond to Universal Credt, it ended up meaning they took a very brave step: Talking about money with the whole congregation- on a Sunday morning!

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