THE MUSLIM WOMEN JOURNEYING TOWARDS JESUS
Samira*, a young Pakistani mum-of-three, used to creep in
the side entrance to our centre in East London and send a text
to our worker when she was safely in the office.
SUPPORTING FAMILIES, PRAYING FOR LIFE-CHANGE
Fifteen-year-old Tristan* had a tough start in life. He never
knew his father and was expelled from his local secondary
school. Growing up in the shadow of Grenfell Tower, he lost
friends in the devastating fire three years ago.
A new chapter for Husk
If you have been lucky enough to walk through the doors of the Husk Café in recent years, you will have enjoyed more than just an exceptional cup of coffee. The space has provided an escape from busy east London life as well as an outlet to share the gospel in amazingly creative and effective ways.
A TRIBUTE TO REV DUNCAN WHYTE
It with sadness that we share the news that Rev Duncan Whyte, former General Secretary of London City Mission, went to be with the Lord peacefully on 3rd August 2020, aged 94 years.
Mike Parker has found a family in Christ.
Webber Street Re-opens
Today we reopened the doors to Webber Street, our homeless day centre.
Perfect Love Casts Out Fear
Joanna discovers freedom from fear and judgement in Jesus Christ
A sting deferred
With the 22 per cent increase in deaths of people living on the streets in the past two years, for many death has become almost routine, at least on the surface. James Hutchinson speaks with LCM missionary Luke Carson about helping people to grieve.
Believe In Jesus
In the run-up to Easter, churches in East London are taking the gospel onto the streets with a simple, simple message: ‘Believe in Jesus’
How can we help people with communication difficulties to integrate into the family of God?