Carolyn Kinsman, 16/01/2020
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New centres of mission

24

4 new centres of mission launched this year in Blackpool, Hackney, Aberdeen and Edinburgh (A7). Taking the total number to 24.
www.churcharmy.org/centresofmission
100+ people came to faith

100+

100s of people coming to faith and being supported in their faith journey.
Marylebone Project

6,036

6,036 women visited the day centre at the Marylebone Project to receive housing, welfare and immigration advice, and use the showers and laundry facilities.
www.maryleboneproject.org.uk
Amber Project

165

165 young people who self-harm received support through our Amber Project in Cardiff.
www.amberproject.org.uk
evangelists in training

25

25 evangelists are currently training to become admitted and commissioned as Church Army evangelists.
www.churcharmy.org/vocations
10 Residential services

6,780

6,780 nights of accommodation provided to homeless young people aged 16-21 through our Residential Services in Cardiff.
www.churcharmy.org/cars
centres of mission

103,000+

Our centres of mission engaged with over 103,000 people across the year.
www.churcharmy.org/centresofmission
why on earth

284

Why on earth...? has received 284 signups since it was launched last year.
www.whyonearth.me
Speaking engagements

180+

Over 180 speaking engagements to inspire the wider church in mission and evangelism.
Reunion

70

70 people aged 30 and upwards took part in Reunion, our new evangelism training community.
www.myreunion.org.uk
100+ people came to faith

100+

100s of people coming to faith and being supported in their faith journey.
Marylebone Project

6,036

6,036 women visited the day centre at the Marylebone Project to receive housing, welfare and immigration advice, and use the showers and laundry facilities.
www.maryleboneproject.org.uk
evangelists in training

25

25 evangelists are currently training to become admitted and commissioned as Church Army evangelists.
www.churcharmy.org/vocations
Amber Project

165

165 young people who self-harm received support through our Amber Project in Cardiff.
www.amberproject.org.uk
10 Residential services

6,780

6,780 nights of accommodation provided to homeless young people aged 16-21 through our Residential Services in Cardiff.
centres of mission

103,000+

Our centres of mission engaged with over 103,000 people across the year.
www.churcharmy.org/centresofmission
 

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Talented violinst, Cambridge degree, homeless and being helped by our Marylebone Project. Sophia shares her story of mental illness and homeless so voices like hers are heard. Sophia shares more in this video and article... (Photo credit: Jeremy Selwyn)
 
Thanks to every single one of our supporters, last year was a year of exciting growth for Church Army. With your help we can reach more people as we seek to bring about our vision for everyone everywhere to encounter God's love, and be empowered to transform their communities through faith shared in words and action.

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Carolyn Kinsman, 16/01/2020