Stories from the Hub

30th June 2020
LAURENCE ‘S STORY “During my hard times sleeping rough and awaiting housing from Westminster council, I was fortunate enough to be referred to The Jesus Centre with Jon Jon and his staff. The team looked out for me providing clothes, shower facilities and laundry to keep my hygiene up. In addition, Jon Jon went above […]

We’re all fishing together (Let’s Talk – ESOL)

15th May 2020
Creating an atmosphere of mutual support & discovery   Most of us are familiar with the old maxim, ‘Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime;’ an essential goal, I would say, for effective frontline work. However, the journey […]


6th May 2020
We are thrilled to announce that the London Jesus Centre has become  is a recipient of Westminster’s Community Contribution Fund The fund is part of the Community Contribution COVID-19 Grant Scheme to support people who found themselves rough sleeping in Westminster during the covid-19 pandemic.   Since the COVID-19 outbreak, we have continued to provide […]

Let’s Talk (ESOL ONLINE)

10th April 2020
Still teaching.                Still learning.              Still talking. More than an English course For many refugees and destitute migrants, ESOL classes are not only crucial to learning English, but they also function as a lifeline for social integration and access to additional crisis support. […]

REACT (Rapid Engagement Crisis Team)

5th April 2020
  React is a new enhanced support service developed by JCT as a response to the COVID-19 crisis.   It consists of a team of dedicated staff who will collaborate, research and respond with remote but rapid support for the homeless, vulnerably housed and others in economic crisis. The project is a collaboration between our London […]

SERVICES STRATEGY – Reshaping services for challenging times

27th March 2020
  The story so far… At a time when it is no longer safe to run building-based services, Jesus Centre staff are collaborating and are working diligently to adapt existing services and develop new projects for people in social and economic hardship.  Our plan is to channel our resources where they are most needed and […]

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