Could you play a part in the restorative journey of those seeking to turn the corner from life on the street?
The Corner House offers short-term supported accommodation to help men turn the corner from rough-sleeping. This ministry is based above our Webber Street day centre, and provides a home for those currently homeless for up to six months, without the need to access public funds.
Joining the Corner House means joining a community of men who are on a journey of restoration. The men here are ready to start a new chapter, receive support and make lasting changes as they turn from homelessness and addiction.
We are here to provide that safe home environment they need, that allows the men to rediscover their identity and have the space to find their feet again. Daily meals and weekly Bible studies are authentically tied with sharing lives together, and sharing the hope of Jesus’s life and restoration in the gospel.
What part could you play?
We invite to you to be part of this restorative journey in the lives of those recovering from a life on the street. A volunteer can choose from four types of shifts that enables the men to get to know you and build a community of friendship and trust. Volunteering as a ‘Befriender’ requires commitment at least once a month in one of the following capacities.