Bringing hope where there is despair
Our annual Service of Thanksgiving to celebrate the work of the Mission on Sunday 17th November, 2019 at 3pm, with a high tea served afterwards.
Our preacher this year is Rev Dr Barbara Glasson.
We aim once again to celebrate and give thanks to God for the work we have been able to do over the last year in helping homeless and deprived people in London, and to share some current stories of our work. So, if you were able to come last year it will be the same, but different. If you were unable to come last year this is another opportunity to learn at first hand more about the Mission’s work. In either case this will be a special opportunity to join with us in giving thanks for the service Whitechapel Mission is able to provide to the homeless across London.
Owing to limited space this event is by invite only. Click here if you wish to attend.
Every day we provide warmth and shelter, serve hot drinks and breakfast, and offer a genuine welcome for all those who need it on that morning. We know that as a Methodist mission, this is a key part of our daily worship. Come and share with us as we offer the opportunity for our members, trustees, supporters, friends and volunteers to take part in our Morning Service on Sunday xxth January, 2020.
There will be an opportunity to share in our Morning Service through: helping to serve hot drinks; preparing and serving breakfast; helping to sort and prepare clothing; meeting to share reflections and listen to one another on the challenge of loving as part of Whitechapel Mission. Be prepared to be both inspired and challenged by an act of worship that that places an act of love at the heart of all we do.
Sharing food is at the heart of our worship, and as part of our Morning Service we will share in Holy Communion.
It will mean an earlier start than usual, but we know that you will experience a Morning Service that not only hears the Word of God but lives out the Word of God.
On this occasion it is vital that we know whether you will be able to join us, as you will understand that we cannot let the people we serve down. Please confirm you will be able to join at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03000 111 400
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Santa in the City 5k Run - Stephenson Harwood - raised £ 0
Stephenson Harwood are taking part in Santa in the City on 5th December 2019. We will be running 5k to raise money for our partner charity, Whitechapel Mission, who support as many as 300 homeless and vulnerable men and women each day.
Lisa Stewart - Lisbon Marathon - raised £ 426.25
Lisa Stewart is running her 10th marathon in Lisbon this October and to celebrate she thought she would raise some cash for a good cause.
"I've decided to raise money for The Whitechapel Mission. They offer free food, showers, clothing and advice and counselling to those in need."
It's so easy to take food, hot water, cups of tea, clean clothing and having a solid support system for granted. Many people don't have access to these things and The Whitechapel Mission is helping to change this for thousands in their local area.
Three Peaks Challenge - The Peaky Drivers - raised £ 1,826.10
Georgiana Oana, Angie Berry, Samantha Butler, Jade Aymer, Katie Cooney, Mark Gale, Joseph Palmer, Daniel Rendall and Richard Baker.
We are all train drivers from the London Overground depot at New Cross Gate who are going to attempt to climb the highest mountains of England, Scotland and Wales within 24 hours to raise money for the Whitechapel Mission. We will climb each peak in turn, and will then drive from the foot of one mountain to the next.
A gift that makes a real difference.
Looking for the perfect present? Don’t know what to buy?
How about a gift that can help change the life of a homeless person?
Whatever your budget and whoever you’d like to buy for, there’s a full range for you choose from. And to recognise your donation we’ll send a gift certificate in the name of your friend, relative or loved one for them to open on their special day.
pennies from heaven
Net pay rounded down to the nearest pound with the pennies donated to charity. Earn £850.34 then 34p to charity
Individuals sign up once and from then on every salary is rounded down to the nearest pound with the pennies donated to charity. If net pay was £850.34 then 34p would be donated. Donation is between 0-99p.
UK mountain charity challenges
Help raise money and awareness whilst tackling a mountain challenge
ExpedAdventure organise and run bespoke UK mountain charity challenges and International treks. ExpedAdventure organise all the challenge logistics so you can focus on getting fit and raising awareness and funds for your charity.