After a countdown, scores of people revealed pans hidden in bags and jackets and started flipping pancakes.
A spokesperson said: “Living with problem debt and poverty is miserable but we want people to know that, with help, they can flip their situation around – we see that every day.
“It’s a great message of hope everyone needs to hear.”
CAP began in Bradford in 1996 and has its headquarters in North Street, Bradford.
It works through hundreds of churches and, in the city, runs three debt centres, five job clubs and courses to help tackle addictive behaviour and teach life skills.
For more information call 0800 328 0006 or visit the charity’s website at www.capuk.org