20 February 2021

Appeal for Sleepout volunteers

Birmingham City Mission is appealing for volunteers to spend next Friday night, 26 February, in a cardboard box in their garden in order to raise much-needed funds for its work among the city’s homeless and marginalised population. For the past ten years, BCM has organised a sponsored Sleepout in the Clock Tower Car Park. Typically…

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16 February 2021

‘Restore’ welcomes a new staff member

Josh Smith has joined the ‘Restore’ asylum seeker befriending team as its Administrative Assistant. Josh was attracted to Restore’s work…

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11 February 2021

Youth mentoring support group coming to Birmingham

The ‘Transitions UK’ charity supports some of the most vulnerable young people in society through tailor-made, person-centred mentoring plans. Transitions…

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09 February 2021

Building friendships, exploring faith, changing lives

The Birmingham-based charity ‘The Feast’ works among 11 to 18-year-olds with the purpose of bringing together teenagers from different faiths…

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Unity in Diversity

Across Birmingham and Solihull there are numerous groups of local Churches and fellowships who meet and work together as local expressions of Christian unity.

Restore, a project of BCT, has vision for a society into which all refugees and asylum seekers are welcomed, valued and integrated.

Restore works towards that vision by: Building relationships and equipping for integration; Motivating for action; and Working for change.