You are invited to come and meet our missionaries and to hear about our work. We’ll be opening up LCM centres, giving you the opportunity to meet the team who work there and see the area where they work. You’ll also be able to see first-hand how your support – whether it’s through giving, praying or volunteering your time – is helping to bring the gospel to London’s least reached communities.
Date: Thursday 21 June 2018
Time: 10.30am – 4pm. Cost: free
Venues: LCM Head Office (175 Tower Bridge Road) and a ministry location.
Which ministry might you visit?
The ministries open on the day are:
Webber Street, Waterloo – our centre in Waterloo where a large team minister to homeless people.
Husk, Limehouse – our cafe ministry in the heart of the East End.
(This will be a slightly shorter programme, which may be suitable if you have less time to visit.)
Vauxhall – hear how our various activities at LCM’s centre, 105, attract people from the
King’s Cross – our various King’s Cross teams sharing the gospel in diverse ways, including befriending the street population, running mums and tots groups for local estates, and a new transitional housing project.
Bermondsey – our team reaches out to people living on the local estates, and in particular runs a Body and Soul Fitness ministry for young men.
All ministry visits will require a 10-minute walk to a rail/tube station. You will only be able to visit one ministry.
The day had been more than what I expected, the information given was inspiring and encouraging
I was really impacted by hearing from the different missionaries - their passion and commitment showed through their words. Praying together was also very moving.
- 2016 Day Out participants
About the day
You will arrive at our Head Office at 10.30am. Tea and coffee will be served and you’ll have an opportunity to chat with our field staff. There will then be a couple of short talks, and a time of prayer. You will then travel with a staff member to one of our ministry locations. A sandwich lunch will be provided at our head office or at one of our centres.
Travel will be by public transport and pavement, so we advise wearing comfortable shoes. Please let us know if you have mobility difficulties so that we can advise on which centre would be most suitable to visit.