After the devastating fire in Grenfell Tower we are slowly recovering and working alongside other churches and local organisations to support and begin to rebuild our community. We are aware that this is a very long and painful process, and that we will be working through this for many years.Please continue to pray for us as we respond to the needs of our community.

We have been overwhelmed by people's generosity, and want to thank everyone who has contributed in any way to helping us, whether with your time, prayers or giving. Some people, churches and organisations have given specifically to the victims and we want to assure you that this money has been channeled directly to supporting them, through some cash gifts in the early days after the fire, and since then through our friends at Tabernacle Christian Centre  who are a long-standing local organisation who are working with over 100 families from the Tower. 

Others have contributed to our on-going work in the community. Everyone who lives locally has been affected by the fire in some way, and we are committed to continuing to support people both now and in the coming years. We are doing some new work including a Mum's Group and additional trips and events to give people a chance to get out of the area and to have fun.

If you do want to support our ongoing, long-term work in the community please click here

If you want to give for specific work with victims, we suggest that you contact Tabernacle Christian Centre

We are also grateful to many people who have volunteered with us or who have supported us in other ways. Singer-songwriter Carl Leroy, in collaboration with Paul Rumbol of UK based Brazilian band Viramundo and affected resident & dance instructor Liliana Martins has just released his debut single and video ‘Grenfell (We won’t fall)’ as part of a charity project ahead of the first anniversary of the Grenfell fire tragedy, and we are one of the beneficiaries from the single. You can find out more here