Working together with churches across the city to provide food and accommodation for people who are sleeping rough, during the coldest months of the year. St Joseph’s offers shelter on Tuesday nights, January-March. Interested in volunteering? GREAT! There’s a role for everyone: cooking, serving, cleaning, shopping, welcoming, building friendship and community.
Bringing the joy of the Gospel to children so they can live the fullness of life! Run by young adults and students, Overflow enables young people to share the faith with other young people, through regular activity days which include playing games, music and drama, crafts, and friendship. The team also go into St Joseph’s Primary School to run assemblies, lunch clubs and worship.
A team offering practical, manual support for those who may be isolated and without adequate help within the local community. The members may provide help by changing light bulbs, helping clear a garden, cleaning or shopping, fixing & mending things, as well as offering more specialist skills where possible.
Working with other Christians living in the estates of Moulsecoomb, Bevendean and Coldean to find creative ways to share the message of Jesus in the local community, and to serve the needs of the estates in practical ways.
During the school holidays we provide a free healthy lunch and fun activities to children and their families who struggle to eat well during the school holidays due to low income. Chomp is a great opportunity during the holiday to enjoy having a meal together as well as to socialise with other children and families. A collaboration with other churches in Brighton, we are involved in providing the lunch club in St Francis Church Hall in Moulsecoomb.
Our team seeks to serve and bring God’s love to the community around us. We work on the planning and strategy for mission and outreach, supporting our church to be a community that welcomes all, is compassionate to those in any kind of need, and is able to share God’s message of love with others.