Celebrating our 30th anniversary
January 2020: Graham is at the Safehaven Men
This month, one of our National Account Managers Graham Compton, spent his time volunteering at the Safehaven Men in Hastings.
On the 27th January, Graham was preparing and serving food & drinks for vulnerable people in the local community as well as being someone to talk to.
“It was a great day, enjoyed all aspects of working there! The staff and work colleagues were really nice as well as the people I met on the day.”
About Holy Trinity Hastings
They believe God’s power changes lives – bringing hope, freedom and transformation. They want to see an explosion of love, friendship, prayer, creativity, hospitality, compassion and worship breaking out in the centre of Hastings. They have a particular calling to be a church for the non-religious. They would love to welcome anyone to join them in this unique adventure in the heart of Hastings.
The growth of the church over the last few years has enabled them to start a number of initiatives to support and empower the wider community. They now have over 500 people being impacted by their work each week, through Sundays, Safehaven Men and Safehaven Women, and our Children’s and Youth programmes. Everyone from the community is welcome and they endeavour to follow good practice in all areas of their work. They are members of Hastings Voluntary Action and are actively working with Statutory, Community and Voluntary Sector partners to bring positive change to local people’s lives.
Mondays | 10.00am – 12.00pm | Term Time
Every Monday during term time, from 10.00am – 12.00pm, they open their doors to the vulnerable men of the town and the street community. This will be a space where they can come and feel safe and secure, at home and a valued member of society.
It is their hope that they can help to build friendships, community and support through meeting together over coffee and breakfast in a relaxed café style atmosphere.