So many people have a great story to tell about how Emmaus has touched their lives. Whether they’re companions, staff, trustees or volunteers, these stories show the impact Emmaus can have.

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James Bowen in conversation with Cathy Rentzenbrink
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James Bowen in conversation with Cathy Rentzenbrink

Join us online on Thursday 6 May at 7pm for an online discussion and Q&A with international bestselling author, James Bowen, in conversation with Cathy Rentzenbrink.

Together with Cathy, James will be discussing his experience of homelessness and addiction, the story behind A Street Cat Named Bob and sequels, and the organisations he supports. James will also answer participant questions in a live Q&A.

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Missed one of our online events?
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Missed one of our online events?

Did you miss one of our online events with Raynor Winn or Terry Waite in conversation with Cathy Rentzenbrink?

All of our online events are recorded and available to watch and share.

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Emmaus Cornwall is a small charity with big ambitions and we need to grow our support base in order to deliver our priorities and to make a practical difference in the lives of those on our streets, sofa surfing or who otherwise have nowhere to call home.

As our supporters and volunteers in making this happen, we would love if you signed up to our bi-monthly newsletter so we can keep you informed of our progress and share ways in which you can help, whether financially or giving your time.

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“Emmaus has 29 communities in the UK. Let’s hope Cornwall will be number 30.”

Terry Waite CBE, Emmaus UK President

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