Tuesday 23 January 2018, 6:45PM - 9:30PM
More than 8,000 people slept rough in the capital at some point in the past year.That’s more than double compared with eight years ago.
As part of The Diocese of London Homelessness Appeal, Capital Mass is hosting a stimulating and challenging evening.
5 speakers, 10 minutes each, exploring the theme of Homelessness from different angles; all with the aim of making the case as to why the church should tackle homelessness.
This year we hope to raise the profile of a Christian response to homelessness, and encourage churches to reflect on the human cost of being without a home. For many in our great city this is an immediate reality and the love of Christ calls us to respond to it.
Revd Lucy Winkett, Rector of St James’s Piccadilly
Jacob Quagliozzi, Director at Housing Justice
Jon Kuhrt, Chief Exec of West London Mission
The flow of the evening means that after talk 1, talk 3 and talk 5 there will be time to reflect on what’s been said through these two questions:
All of which we pray will lead us to consider this words of Christ:
“The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’ ” Matthew 25:40
Light refreshments will be served
There will also be an opportunity to connect with partner organisations as together we look to tackle homelessness in London
We look forward to welcoming you in on the 23rd.
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