社區關懷 Our Work in the Community

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This is a student based house situated above the ground floor church premises with a Christian based ethos. The house accommodates 26 students from all different countries who are studying in different colleges around London.

Students here share the responsibility for establishing a community lifestyle. This includes regular house meetings, meals, discussions, prayer groups, social and recreational activities.
  

Visit www.methodistchaplaincyhouse.org.uk for more information.

With God's love and compassion, we help gamblers who have come to Christ to re-assess their values, re-establish their life, restore relationship with their families, and, where authorised to do so, manage their debt repayments.

 

Our Centre is open from 10 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday. Staff are on hand to receive calls and meet people who come to seek help. Meetings outside official working hours may be arranged by appointment.

 

Visit http://www.ccgr.org.uk/en_ourservices.html for more information.

C4WS - Cold Weather Ministries


​We provide an overnight shelter every Thursday evenings (November - March) providing dinner, bed and breakfast for 14 guests who are homeless.

We work under the leadership of “C4WS” homeless project, whose intention is to offer intensive welfare support to the homeless guests, providing mentoring and support.

Volunteer: If you are interested in helping out, please contact
Linda Gilson.

Visit
www.c4wshomelessproject.org for more information.

Chicken Chow Mein

 

Chicken Chow Mein for Our Neighbours was inspired by the outreach work the church did during the 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games.

 

We provide lunch and community space for people living locally and travellers passing through the area.

 

​Time: Wednesday 11.30am to 1.30pm

 

See more under Chicken Chow Mein page

Ministry to Street Women

 

The project is run by a Catholic Womans Order called “The Sisters of Charity” operating from King’s Cross Methodist.

The Catholic sisters and volunteers provide refreshments , fellowship and ministry to those women who find themselves caught up in prostitution. They meet up every Tuesdays from 6.30pm to 11.00pm, and offer ongoing support and ministry.

Volunteer: Students who are studying social work are particularly welcome, if you are interested in helping out please contact
Linda Gilson

Lunch Time Friday Club

 

 

In partnership with the Shelter homeless project, we host a lunchtime club every Friday. This is open to anyone who would like to receive a meal with good company friendship and a prayer. The club also enables us to connect with the diverse King’s Cross community.

Time: Friday 11.00am to 2.00pm

 

Volunteer: If you are interested in helping out, please contact Linda Gilson

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