Revive is networked with a large number of organisations and ministries in the borough of Rugby. This is just a selection.

The Christian Bookshop

The Christian Bookshop, in Castle Street, is run by a non-denominational charity in Rugby called Greater Things.

The bookshop has reopened with limited hours:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 10am–2pm
Wednesday: 10am–1pm

On Wednesday afternoons 1:30–3:30pm the bookshop hosts a Healing Centre where anyone can come in for prayer, whether you would see yourself as a Christian or not.

Rugby Christians against Poverty

Since its launch in 2010, the CAP Rugby centre has been helping local people become debt free. Our centre is a part of CAP nationally. Many churches in the REVIVE network have invested in the centre through praying, giving financially, and sending people to serve on our enthusiastic team. Contact Andrew at CAP Rugby via or call 07503 421096.

Rugby Foodbank

Rugby Foodbank has been open since 2012 and its supporters and volunteers work to ensure that no one need be hungry in Rugby during a crisis. Find out more information including how you can help by clicking the image.

Futures Unlocked

Futures Unlocked is a community chaplaincy project to help prisoners of all faiths and none on release in the Leicestershire and Warwickshire areas. It exists to address the gaps between prison, probation and other services with a view to breaking the offending/rejection cycle.

The Gift of Years

The Gift of Years, Rugby, is a team of Christians from the local churches who are showing the love of God through the pastoral and spiritual care of residents, relatives and staff within residential care homes for older people. Volunteers are involved in visiting and befriending, assisting with services of worship, music and some activities. For more information about how to become part of this team as a volunteer or as a prayer partner, please contact Lindsay Pelloquin – Lead Chaplain, by email or telephone 07842993847.


Hope4 is committed to helping the homeless and badly housed in Rugby, providing practical support for homeless people: help to find jobs and accommodation, sign-posting to other agencies, IT facilities for job-hunting, advice, help with benefit claims and job applications, food, showers, laundry facilities and beds for rough-sleepers in the winter.Find out more about how you can help by clicking the image.

Rugby Street Pastors

Rugby Street Pastors help on the streets of Rugby town centre from 10pm to 4am on Fridays and Saturdays. To find out more about their work click the image.

Rugby Vineyard Learning Centre

The Leamington (and Rugby) Vineyard Learning Centres exist to support, encourage and help young people, to better fulfil their individual, unique potential and to avoid the perils associated with school exclusion and anxiety.

With a focus on numeracy and literacy, LVLC and RVLC aim to raise young peoples' achievement levels and work towards their re-integration into mainstream schooling in Warwickshire. The Rugby learning centre has opened in September 2017 to serve the needs of students in the borough.

Rugby Youth for Christ

Rugby Youth for Christ (RYFC) is a team of Christians who are committed to Taking the Good News relevantly to every young person in Rugby.

RYFC is one of the main youth organisations working with young people in Rugby. Supported primarily by the Christian church communities within Rugby, it works cooperatively with other groups and agencies to serve the town’s secondary schools and their pupils.

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Diana Mansell

c/o The Hope Centre

8 Newbold Road

Rugby CV21 2LJ

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