The Message Enterprise Centre is a brand new concept in socially responsible business.
As well as offering excellent goods and services at competitive prices, we’re helping to train and create jobs for young people who need a second chance in life.
After years trapped in a cycle of drugs and crime, Joe had lost everything, even his family. But after finding Christ in prison, he is now completely free from addiction and has been restored to his family.
Tonight we're holding a fundraising dinner for our work in London. Please pray that people catch our vision and are moved to support out work across London.
The Message is partnering with Barnabus, an amazing charity working hard to end homelessness in Manchester.
The MEC is leading the way as a value-for-money wedding reception venue
Andy looks back at the highs and lows of 2016 – a year full of amazing surprises and many salvations
Ying Kai shares how we can effectively fulfil the great commission through a radical exponential approach to sharing the gospel.
In this extract from his new book Here I Am, Seek Me, Andy Hawthorne highlights the importance of placing prayer, worship and waiting on the Lord at the centre of everything we do.
Andy Hawthorne reflects on how we deal with the rollercoaster of massive highs and lows of kingdom breakthroughs.
Ruth, who works in our Mess Café is a wonderful example of how God can completely restore someone’s life from a point of despair in prison, to being given back all that they lost including their family.
Danny McEwan, who recently joined our MEC Building Services team, went from being a nine stone, homeless, heroin addict, to someone with a passion to reach those for Christ who were stuck in the same boat he’d been in.
Tony, our Mess Café and Catering Manager, went home to be with the Lord this week
Returning to the prison where he was held more than 10 years ago, Cyril has been sharing hope and seeing salvation
One of our apprentices shared his testimony in a prison service last week, & led all the inmates in prayer at the end. 6 inmates signed up to our discipleship course as a result!
Linda McKay explains why she’s joining the team leading our new residential centre, The Oaks
Opening early 2016: The Oaks, a safe place for our MEC team members to put down roots and grow