Do more, together, in word and action
HOPE Nottingham supports the local church to speak and live its mission, in unity,
to see spiritual change in individuals and communities transformed.
Ministering to the homeless
With a drop-in centre and soup kitchen for the homeless, HOPE Nottingham is providing for the practical needs of the homeless.
HOPE Nottingham, consisting of many volunteers from different churches in
the area, has taken the national HOPE model and is developing it across the city. As a registered charity Hope serve the needs of a wide community.
Hope has worked with local churches, leaders and grassroots to develop joint projects such as the Hope Cafe (meeting the needs of vulnerable people), Healing on the Streets, Furniture Recycling, Foodbanks and much more.
"this is the right time to unite the churches in our city to reach out to the
community.....there are many stories I could tell of how Hope has changed
lives in Nottingham, not least my own.”
With the support of many churches and individuals, including Beeston's Mayor Pat Lally, HOPE Nottingham
has great potential to minister to and impact people’s lives all over the city.