03rd Aug. 2018
Let justice roll down like waters
Following reports that up to 300 asylum seekers in Glasgow could have their locks changed and be evicted, we’re reminded of the biblical call to speak truth to power.
31st Jul. 2018
Highlights from our year
Our supporters have enabled so much this past year - here’s our Chief Executive’s highlights.
09th Mar. 2018
The worst can bring out the best
Sometimes it takes the worst of circumstances to bring out the best in us. Grant, our Chief Executive, reflects on God’s provision during the recent snow chaos.
01st Mar. 2018
How can I help the homeless in the snow
As the snow piles up, here’s our guide to how you can help
22nd Feb. 2018
Reflections on my evening at the Glasgow Winter Night Shelter
Rev Simon Dennis reflects on a night spent at the shelter, the people who come and what the bible has to say about compassion.
30th Nov. 2017
Four ways to help people who are homeless this Christmas
We’ve compiled a simple list of ways to make a real and lasting difference in the lives of men and women affected by homelessness this winter. What our guests most want is the gift of time and of relationship.
30th Nov. 2017
All the ingredients are here
Grant’s blog: “there has never been an opportunity such as this to make a sizeable difference to tackling homelessness in Scotland”.
31st Mar. 2017
Do people ever really choose to sleep rough?
As the Glasgow Winter Night Shelter closes its doors for another year, Grant, our Chief Executive, examines some of the causes of homelessness, and what needs to be done to make a long-term difference.
28th Mar. 2017
Your will be done
God is at work in Glasgow and His rule and reign is having an impact on rough sleeping. But the job isn’t done, writes Grant in his latest blog, and he asks us all to join together in prayer.
What we do
09th Jun. 2020
This ‘Story from the Street’ comes after Street Outreach workers Linda and Craig met a vulnerable gentleman who had forgotten how to get home.
14th May. 2020
People who were trafficked into businesses which have closed during lockdown could now be homeless. Read and share our awareness raising leaflet.