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Reaching Their Communities


Each and every day our Eden teams are getting to share the gospel with their neighbours in word and deed. Whilst the way they’re doing this may be different from before, lives are being impacted and transformed as people discover the love and hope of Jesus.

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Giving Families a Lifeline


Through our Community Grocery in Manchester, we are meeting more and more families who are struggling during this time. However, we are also perfectly placed to reach out and meet the physical and spiritual needs of the people we meet each day. One of the people we have been able to reach is Jennifer – a mother of four girls who we met during the first lockdown.

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Building Relationships From Day One


Despite the lockdowns of 2020 our prisons work has continued to grow. We caught up with Mark, our new Young Offender Outreach Worker for the Central and East hub to hear about what he’s been up to.

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Saying no to bullying


This Anti-Bullying week, Respect ME’s ‘The Message Today’ lesson focuses on the important topic of bullying, giving young people hints and tips on how to cope and pointing them to the love of Jesus.

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Blessing Blaen-Y-Maes


As soon as the firebreak in Wales was lifted, our team went straight back out for a week of Love Where U Live mission in Blaen-Y-Maes.

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Multiplication During Crisis


Across the world life has changed for almost everyone as the global pandemic we’re living through has brought grief and hardship. No place is left untouched. As crisis hit, people started searching for why this was happening and questioning the meaning of life. Online church attendance soared and people cried out in prayer.

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Introducing Eden Blaen-Y-Maes


Despite the nation being locked down, Eden has kept growing with, more and more people choosing to follow their call to urban mission and join an Eden team.

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Changing Lives in Prison


When our Prisons team first met James* he was in a dark place and struggling with depression and self-harm. But Jesus changed everything.

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