“You shall love your neighbour as yourself.” (Matthew 22:39).
Love for other people means a desire to see justice and dignity afforded to all.
At Unity Methodist Church we host and are partners in Sandbach Foodbank and Lifeline Debt Advice. We actively support the charitable work of Christian Aid, All We Can, Action For Children and Methodist Homes among others.
There is a small but committed Justice and Peace Group which campaigns on social justice issues including those related to poverty, asylum seekers and Israel Palestine. For further details please send an email to
Lifeline Debt Advice
Offers a free and confidential debt advice service to any who are in financial difficulty. Lifeline Debt Advice is affiliated to Community Money Advice and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. All advice is given by trained, qualified debt advisors. If you need help or know anyone who might, we may be contacted on 01270 750358.
Is hosted by Unity Methodist Church and supported by the churches in Sandbach. All food parcels are by referrals only through local agencies and can only be made by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note there is NO direct phone line available
We accept referrals from several agencies, some of which are listed here:
Cheshire East Social Services
The Sandbach Children’s Centre
The Job Centre
The Benefits Office
The Sandbach Families Centre
Citizens Advice Bureau
Local primary schools
If you need a food parcel please contact one of these agencies to get a referral.
Food donations-Non-perishable food items and toiletries can be donated at The Wesley Centre (but during the coronavirus pandemic only between 2pm and 4pm on Wednesdays); the Nationwide Building Society; the Co-op on The Hill; or One Stop on Price Avenue. Please make sure all items are well within their best before date.
For the latest news, including any food shortages, please visit our Facebook page.