Please Note: In order to continue to bring a safe and effective service to all guests across our three projects, we have adapted our services in accordance with the latest lockdown measures. For more information and updates on services, please visit our COVID-19 page.
Some of the men who come here can struggle at times—we want to see them empowered. We want to help the men build their confidence and untap their potential. The foundation is building relationships and trust.
James, Dads Worker
Our work through the Covid-19 pandemic
Watch the video to learn how we were still serving our guests from March 2020 to March 2021
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Chris and Barry have both been through incredible transformation as they leave behind a life of drug addiction, gang violence and homelessness. Following a successful rehab programme at The Haven, they’re beginning a new chapter in their lives by equipping themselves with the tools and skills they need to help others trapped in a life of chaos.
I just want to live, and I’ve got hope, and because of what’s happened to me, it’s been placed on my heart to go out and help other people
CEO Charles Maasz reflects on the horrendous impact that addiction has on the lives of many. Hope is not lost however, as Charles shares about a recent spate of baptisms of those formerly leading a life of substance abuse and addiction.
In this week's blog, Marion Carson discusses the transformation of something that is broken into something beautiful and uses the ancient Japanese art of Kintsugi to describe God's ability to restore that that is worthless, into something whole.
As restrictions continue to ease and our services increasingly reopen, Clare O'Sullivan compares the 'menagerie of madness' that is our weekly Gathering service, to the early church, 'living and worshipping' together.