It's never too late
No matter where in the world you may be, as a Christian you will always be part of God's family. We need to get out there and befriend our homeless, vulnerable fellow human beings. Show them God's love, spend time talking to them and let them know that they too can be part of that loving, caring family.
A catalyst to pour out love
Sarah Adeaga, from Ecclesia Church in Lewisham, attended our Summer School last year and wrote about it for us. (This year's Summer School runs 15-19 July.)
One Minute Gospel
How would you share the gospel in one minute?
Ilyas Ayoub shares how he would do so with a 40-something Muslim man in Forest Gate.
A 'miracle mission'
As we celebrate our 184th birthday as a mission Terry Puttick reflects on how the mission has developed over the years.
The LCM Easter Appeal
We bring people together, towards Jesus
Throughout the Gospels, Jesus is keen to invite people towards himself, to consider who he is, and to become a part of his mission, become a part of the Kingdom of God.
Children and Mental Health
At London City Mission we’ve been caring for the whole-life health of children and young people since long before awareness days and hashtags, because we believe that London Needs Jesus.
What the gospel isn't
Our latest edition of Changing London unpacks what the gospel is and so we thought it would also be a good idea to also look at what it isn’t. Here’s an exclusive training bible study from one of our training managers, Felix Aremo.
The gospel in music
Ali Gaspar (artist name A Star) started out as an LCM pioneer and now a missionary based in Dagenham, reaching out to the young people in the community. He’s also a grime artist, using his music to speak truth through his story to a mixed audience of fans from churched and unchurched backgrounds.
A Christmas Prayer
We pray, this Christmas, for people searching for love, friendship and community. We lift up all those struggling to get by, the homeless, lonely and lost, and everyone who has yet to hear about Jesus. We remember that while many are outside your family, no one is beyond your love.
Lest we forget
As we remember the centenary of the First World War, with sober hearts, and hope for the end of all war and tears, we can seek comfort in the words of Daniel, as he praised God: