Three women who attend ESOL classes talk about what the Jesus Centre means to them.
We run ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) classes three times a week at the Jesus Centre, and we also have a support worker who is on hand to give advice to refugees and asylum seekers. We talked to a few of the [...]
We asked a few of the people who use our drop-in to tell us a little bit about what the London Jesus Centre means to them. This is what they said:
“Hello. My name is Steve*. In August last year, I became homeless through a broken down 14-year relationship. I came to London, a great city, where you meet all kinds [...]
Behind all this talk about "Blue Monday" or "January Blues", many people we meet at the Jesus Centre are struggling with mental health problems.
Did you know that today has been dubbed as “Blue Monday”? Apparently, the third Monday in January could be the most depressing day of the year for most people, due to a combination of cold[...]
Time flies! We have now been running as a Centre for ten years, and we would love to celebrate with you.
Our doors first opened in June 2008, and since then we’ve had over 6,000 visitors coming through our doors: from those who use our drop-in services, to students coming for ESOL classes, volunteers or people hiring out our rooms fo[...]