At the Thursday night Drop-In we serve a meal and provide practical and pastoral support for homeless and vulnerable adults in the area.
Each week we open the Centenary room in the main Church building and welcome up to 50 guests.
We aim to create a safe, welcoming, and Christ-centred family atmosphere in which guests feel accepted and can relax over a meal, play board games or participate in literacy and art groups. During the evening there are also opportunities for worship, prayer and hearing from God's Word.
In providing practical and pastoral support to our guests, the Thursday night Drop-In team are involved in anything from letter writing to hospital and prison visiting, debt counselling, offering assistance in finding training courses or employment, cooking meals or simpy inviting interested guests to join their Life Group.
Every summer there is an organised trip to the seaside, and in mid-December we have a special Christmas Dinner.
If you are interested in joining the Thursday night Drop-In team and helping out, please email Ron Bushyager at email@example.com, or contact the Church Office on 020 8892 5258.
"I want to tell you how I became a Christian. It happened 3 years ago. I was on my way back home but something happened to me. I found myself in a car park somewhere in North London on the floor asking God to come into my life. There was no booming voice, no opening of the heavens, no choirs of angels, but something happened to me.
For the first time in years the paranoia, and need for drugs and beer went from my body. I became a Christian. Whether you choose to believe me is irrelevant, but I was healed when God came into my life. I now feel peace not anger, and am fighting fit.
If anyone tells you that being a Christian is going to make your life rosy then they are mistaken, but I would not go back to the life I had before. I believe it takes a stronger man to follow Jesus Christ than it does to run from him, and as a Christian I am a stronger and bigger man today."
James, a regular Drop-In guest