• UCKG’s Catford soup kitchen meets local needs

    Wednesday, 1 April 2020 With food banks and soup kitchens now deemed essential services for the duration of the coronavirus outbreak, the regular weekly soup kitchen, which is held at the UCKG HelpCentre at 1 Bromley Road, Catford, saw above average attendance on Saturday 28 March. Around 60 people came along, far exceeding the usual 30 to 45. […]
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  • UCKG’s Catford soup kitchen open on 28 March

    Now that the government has confirmed that foodbanks are an essential service, the soup kitchen in the foyer of the UCKG HelpCentre at 1 Bromley Road, Catford can confirm that it is continuing its service. This weekend it will be open from 11am – 2pm on Saturday 28 March and sessions will continue every Saturday […]
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  • UCKG HelpCentre meets the latest Coronavirus isolation rules

    All UCKG HelpCentres in the UK have now closed their doors until further notice. To meet the needs of its congregations and the general public the UCKG is now offering online services of prayer and comfort nationally from its headquarters in London, and would direct anyone in need of individual support to its 24-hour telephone […]
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  • UCKG HelpCentre restructures prayer services as restrictions tighten

    In light of the most recent government thinking, the UCKG HelpCentre has restructured all its services of prayer with immediate effect, so that they only take place online. This applies until further notice. The online prayer services will be held Monday to Friday at 10am, 3pm and 7.30pm, on Saturdays they are scheduled for 10am […]
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  • Statement related to COVID-19

    In order to address questions we have been receiving in regard to COVID-19, the UCKG HelpCentre in the UK would like to state the following: The UCKG is aware and continues to follow the development of measures that are being considered and implemented to prevent and contain the spread of COVID- 19 on a national […]
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  • London Youths to March Against Knife Crime Saturday 27 July

    In response to the wave of knife crime engulfing the capital, the Victory Youth Group (VYG) is holding its Life is Worth Living March on Saturday 27 July in London E16. The aim is to spread awareness of underlying issues that contribute to this dire situation and launch follow-on sporting and educational activities. The march […]

    a Christian church, achieving financial security, fun and spiritual development, make wise choices, VYG,

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  • Leeds Youths March Against Knife Crime

    Young people from the Leeds branch of the Victory Youth Group (VYG) marched through the city centre from Regent Street to Dortmund Square on Saturday 21 October to boost awareness of gun and knife crime, and declare their opposition to it.

    fun and spiritual development, members of the public,

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  • Second Annual Finsbury Park Jobs Fair

    The UCKG HelpCentre held its second annual Jobs Fair at the Rainbow Theatre, Finsbury Park on Tuesday 24 October. The half day event attracted 65 jobseekers, mostly in the 25-34 age range, and as a result 12 of the attendees were recruited onto Intech Centre courses.

    good quality candidates, spreading the Christian,

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  • ROD Supports Family Day Out at Pentonville

    Prison visits can be difficult for inmates and their loved ones, but with the support of the UCKG HelpCentre’s Rescue of Dignity Group (ROD), 35 families had an exceptionally good experience of a recent visit at HMP Pentonville.

    emotional and spiritual support, from strength to strength, their loved ones,

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  • UCKG Hammersmith supports its local food bank

    Feeding the hungry was top of mind with members of the UCKG HelpCentre in Hammersmith during the week of 18-24 September, as this was their annual food bank donation week.

    expressing his gratitude, top of mind,

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