Since the formation as a charity in 1997 the Michael Roberts Charitable Trust (MRCT) has sought to involve people with a disability and socially disadvantaged people in all aspects of its work, promoting the value and significance of each person as an individual, encouraging them to take an active role in decision-making and future planning.
Their key aim is the inclusion of all people, irrespective of social status, ability, disability, age, ethnic grouping or religious belief. It is all too easy to write off someone because they may not seem to be socially acceptable or fit into the general perception of how someone should look or act, but everyone has a part to play in their local community.
People should be treated equally and have the same opportunities and encouragement in life to help them develop as an individual and reach their full potential.
MRCT run Maybury Open Door, Harlow Foodbank and the Bounty Club
God’s Gone Global
The church is often accused of being inward looking.
In this series we have visiting speakers from local, national and international groups coming to turn our view around.
So let’s look outside together.
Sunday Mornings at Harefield
What better way to start the week, or end it, then by coming together
Sundays are an encouraging, challenging, uplifting and fun place to be, incorporating fellowship, worship, teaching and ministry.
On Sunday mornings everyone is involved in the first part of the meeting before the kids go to their groups.
Harefield Church has access and facilities for disabled people. An induction loop is in use during Sunday services for those who need it.
If you are coming by car Harefield has parking facilities. You can also park on the road around the church at any time of the day.