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London Jesus Centre - improving the lives of homeless and vulnerably housed people

Currently open
Currently closed
Monday - Friday:
Saturday - Sunday:
This service is free
What do we offer? 

At the London Jesus Centre, our aim is to restore dignity and create community to some of the most disadvantaged and marginalised people in London. We are open to those of all faiths or of none. Our services focus on addressing the social and practical needs of the homeless and vulnerably housed, refugees and asylum seekers, the unemployed and people over 65.

Our drop-in service provides free food, showers, washing facilities, clothing, referrals and other practical support in a welcoming and friendly environment. There are also individual support and advice services offering practical help with housing and employment issues. Once a month, we hold a lunch event run in partnership with homeless people and members of the local community. We run free ESOL classes, a monthly lunch event called 'Solace' for refugees and asylum seekers and we have a support worker on hand for individual help, information and practical support.

We aim to provide a safe, welcoming and relational environment that empowers individuals to make real progress in their lives.

Who should use this service? 
The activities offered by the London Jesus Centre are 'for every kind of person. Drop-in is open: Monday-Friday (except Thursdays) 10.15am –12:30pm. The Centre is open until 3.30pm for other services.

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