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#ChooseToLive


As many people across the country struggle to find hope and purpose during continued lockdowns, Amongst Wolves have launched a new #ChooseToLive campaign encouraging those at rock bottom and considering suicide to instead realise their worth and choose to live.

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Bringing Food For All Across The UK


The first Message Community Grocery was launched in Sharston back in September after our Lockdown Hunger programme highlighted just how desperate life had become for so many in our community as they struggled to feed their families. With the added pressure and impact of Covid, not only were we able to help with them get the food they needed, but also help share the gospel too.

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Say Hello To Eden Wythenshawe Park


This year we have started as we mean to go on – by launching a brand new Eden team into Wythenshawe Park, Manchester. It’s been over 23 years since we launched our very first Eden team into Wythenshawe and we have come full circle and are ready to go again, sharing the good news of Jesus to this community.

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Finding A Welcome At Neal Street


With lockdowns and over 170,000 homeless people in the capital, Neal Street Espresso to serve hot meals to those living on the streets. As well as filling stomachs, the team are sharing the good news of Jesus with people as they eat.

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Finding Jesus At The Movies


A car park in Manchester may not be the first place you think of when you think about sharing the Gospel with hundreds of people. But that’s just what happened on the Sunday before Christmas when we took over a local car park and turned into a drive-in movie theatre for our Community Grocery members, and saw 67 people give their lives to Jesus.

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Why The Incarnation Isn’t Just For Christmas


This festive season, Sarah reflects on why remembering Jesus’ birth isn’t something we should just do at Christmas, and how the truth of God-with-us can bring fresh hope and life to the most vulnerable communities in our nation.

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Letters of Hope


With activities and visits cancelled, and men and women in prison having to spend even more time than before in their cells to stop to spread of Covid, our work sharing the love and hope of Jesus to prisoners is more essential than ever. One of the many things we’ve been doing is sending letters and encouragements to prisoners, and as we’ve written lives have been changed.

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