if you give a cup of cold water to someone in need, in my name, you give it to me

 If you would like to come along to help FAITH we believe that you will find it rewarding. There are many ways in which you can volunteer with FAITH through our different activities.

You can volunteer with us for evenings:

  • Soup Runs
  • Sunday Tea Bar

Day times:

  • Food Parcel Packing / Delivery
  • Collections at Supermarkets
  • Office Admin – answering the phone
For ReadiFood work you can do any number of hours you care to on almost any day of your choosing:-

  • Food Sorting
  • Parcel packing
  • Parcel deliveries
  • Van driving
  • Data entry
  • even cleaning

Contact the Coordinator –    alison @ readifood.org.uk 

For Supermarket related matters Contact our General Manager   amanda@fcg.org.uk   

ReadiFood Volunteer Application Form 2018     

  For street work you may come along to observe for up to three nights, but you must complete an application form after the first night and attend a training session before continuing on team.
Contact our Support Worker –    wendy @ fcg.org.uk

Volunteer Application Form May 19

A Bed for the Night
Annual Winter Night Shelter
Contact    admin @ abedforthenight.org.ukFull training is vital, therefore application before October for the following year is advisable.

B4N Volunteer Application Form 2017

  For office, utilities and general matters, contact our Office Manager
Contact our General Manager   amanda @ fcg.org.uk
Sharing Jesus with people is of course one of our key aims, but it is by no means a precondition to feeding people!  We trust that people will see something of God’s love through our efforts to help them.  The intention is to demonstrate God’s love – in effect “be Jesus” to those we meet, as Jesus himself said, “if you give a cup of cold water to someone in need, in my name, you give it to me”.If you are not a Christian yourself you are still welcome to join with us in what we do, if your heart is to give.One would expect therefore that our street teams would be made up of “church-goers“.The reality is that a number of people, drawn by compassion for the homeless and of no definite faith come out as part of our teams.
If you are a Christian, the one thing we would strongly advise is that you get people to pray for you regularly.