Sarah Olumegbon is gently sharing the gospel with teenage girls in Lewisham as they cook together.
Meeting Urgent Needs
At the end of a week of upheaval in response to the spread of coronavirus, London City Mission ministries are finding practical ways to share the love of Christ.
Today the Fields Are Ripe
Team leader at the Ridley Centre in Forest Gate Turgay Yusuf finds people more open to the gospel than ever.
Word On the Streets
London City Mission's way of working has always been centred on going to people – especially the poorest – where they are, sharing the gospel face to face with practical support and friendship.
A Chance Encounter
The impression left by a one-off encounter years ago led David Harris to volunteer at the Webber Street Day Centre in Waterloo.
The greatest light in the darkness
How do evangelists respond to people who are angry, hurt and scared during times of crisis?
What Kind of Leaders Does A Church Need?
Dr. Duncan Forbes challenges the church to rethink leadership in order to develop a church culture that gives life to people of every class and culture.
The Boy Done Good?
A very strong value among working-class men is self-sufficiency, the ability to pull yourself up by the bootstraps and make something of your life against odds, says Steve Dunn.
For Marína Russell, leading people from poorer communities in discipleship is about friendship.
Body And Soul
London City Mission's Body and Soul Gym in Bermondsey has created a spirit-filled space where young people are free to be themselves, says Tim Fielder.