Manchester is where it all began, and it’s where we’ve already deployed Eden teams, prisons teams, missions teams and our first Enterprise Centre.
Tom and Emma Grant head up the Eden team in Netherton (Liverpool). They share a story of bringing community together and how Jesus was God’s rescue mission.
Please pray for more team members to join the Message Enterprise Centre so that the businesses can thrive and more lives can be transformed.
The Oaks is our home that supports ex-offenders or those at risk of offending with a safe place to rebuild their lives, put down roots and grow. Jamie shares his story of how he came to The Oaks and the impact it’s had on his life…
Across the UK, The Message is sharing the good news of Jesus with the least, the last and the lost. There’s lots going on – here’s your chance to catch up with the latest news
From a vision in 2004 to reach young people in prisons, our work has grown and today we’re seeing the lives of countless prisoners transformed each year as inmates discover the love and hope Jesus offers them.
Belonging to an Eden team is for people from all walks of life. We talked to three people who decided to be part of an Eden team whilst studying at university. Ellie, Pete and Emily were all living at home, just out of school, and plugged into their local churches before they joined Eden.
Check out some highlights from the 2019 Genetik Sessions showcase.
With the support of Eden Falinge (Rochdale) and Hebron church, over the past six weeks students from Brownhill School and Rochdale Pupil Referral Service took part in a Creative Arts workshop to help give back to the local community.
Eden Openshaw (Manchester) began in May 2000. 18 years later, members of this team are still present on this estate sharing their faith and seeing God at work in their community. Sam Ward shares how, even after a team disbands, the DNA of Eden is hard to shake
Andy Hawthorne takes a look back at 2018 and shares some of his highlights.
Last weekend the Eden Falinge team (Rochdale) came together with the church to bring some good cheer and good cakes to the local community.
This Christmas, The Message Trust will be holding a Christmas Day celebration at the Message Enterprise Centre.
Team leaders go above and beyond, challenging themselves to raise the money needed to see transformation in their communities. Could you join them?
A school has seen their Christian Union grow from nothing to 60 young people after the impact of Higher Manchester 2016.
In June the Eden Latchford team (Warrington) hosted a comedy and curry night at their local social club. Team leader Andy shares how the night went.