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“You'll be like a well-watered garden,
a gurgling spring that never runs dry.
You'll use the old rubble of past lives to build anew,
rebuild the foundations from out of your past.
You'll be known as those who can fix anything,
restore old ruins, rebuild and renovate,
make the community livable again.”
Jesus has made such a difference in our lives that we want to share the love that we have discovered with everyone that we come into contact with.
re:Storehouse is the community outreach part of The Storehouse, and is committed to rebuilding and restoring our communities where-ever we can.
We believe that by building relationships with organisations and individuals and by engaging with our community , we begin to see needs met and lives transformed. the words of Isaiah 58 fulfilled.
For more information please contact the church office.
What is the Lincolnshire Credit Union Ltd?
LincUp is a co-operative operating as an ethical community bank. We accept savings from our members and lend out those savings to generate income to help pay our running costs and to make a profit, most of which is given back to our savers as a dividend.
Who owns the credit union?
LincUp is owned and controlled by its members. To join LincUp you must live or work within our field of membership (called our common bond). Each member is treated equally, regardless of the amount saved with us and has an opportunity to contribute to the management of the credit union by either voting at the Annual General Meeting or by applying to become part of our management committee. There are also opportunities to become involved in the day to day operations as a volunteer.
What are our values?
We believe in equality, honesty and integrity. We strive to give the best possible service to our members and are part of the FSA 'Treating Customers Fairly' initiative. Helping to promote Financial Capability in the community and to combat Financial Exclusion is a major part of what we do.
How did it all begin?
The Lincolnshire Credit Union Ltd came into being in November 2004 when the FSA agreed to an expansion of the common bond of the North Kesteven Credit Union Ltd. The development of the credit union movement in Lincolnshire is supported by a number of partners who share our belief in both co-operative values and the community. We are particularly grateful for the financial and 'in kind' support provided by these organisations.
Where are we now?
After the merger came a period of consolidation which was necessary to fully integrate the operations of the two businesses. At the end of September 2011 we have approximately 2000 adult savers, nearly 500 borrowers and 350 junior savers.
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