Registered Charity Number 1151418

Winter Night Shelter

“Whoever is kind to the poor lends to the Lord, and will be repaid in full.” Proverbs 19:17

2017/2018

Winter Night Shelter 2017 / 2018 Clay Hill will be taking part in the Enfield Churches Winter Night Shelter Project in 2017/18, under the umbrella of All People All Places (APAP).  It will be the fourth year of hosting the shelter at St Luke’s Church.  It’s a church-based ‘rolling shelter’ run by volunteers providing food, shelter, warmth and friendship overnight during  the winter months.  Each night of the week up to 12 guests are hosted by a different church. The Enfield shelter will operate from Wednesday 3 January 2018 to Tuesday 20 March 2018, and we will be hosting the shelter on Friday nights from 5 January to 16 March.  Volunteers are crucial to making the shelter work, and donations are also welcome.  If you want to help in any way, please download the information leaflet below, and contact Peter Livermore and John Rhatigan at stlukesshelter@gmail.com  A report on the 2016/17 Winter Night Shelter can be found here Documents for the 2017/18 Winter Night Shelter can be downloaded: 2017/18 Night Shelter Information Leaflet APAP 2017/18 Volunteer Handbook St Luke’s training session note – 8 December 2017 Shelter church plan Food health and safety instructions
Registered Charity Number 1151418
Winter Night Shelter 2017 / 2018 Clay Hill will be taking part in the Enfield Churches Winter Night Shelter Project in 2017/18, under the umbrella of All People All Places (APAP).  It will be the fourth year of hosting the shelter at St Luke’s Church.  It’s a church-based ‘rolling shelter’ run by volunteers providing food, shelter, warmth and friendship overnight during  the winter months.  Each night of the week up to 12 guests are hosted by a different church. The Enfield shelter will operate from Wednesday 3 January 2018 to Tuesday 20 March 2018, and we will be hosting the shelter on Friday nights from 5 January to 16 March.  Volunteers are crucial to making the shelter work, and donations are also welcome.  If you want to help in any way, please download the information leaflet below, and contact Peter Livermore and John Rhatigan at stlukesshelter@gmail.com  A report on the 2016/17 Winter Night Shelter can be found here Documents for the 2017/18 Winter Night Shelter can be downloaded: 2017/18 Night Shelter Information Leaflet APAP 2017/18 Volunteer Handbook St Luke’s training session note – 8 December 2017 Shelter church plan Food health and safety instructions
Registered Charity Number 1151418

Winter Night Shelter

“Whoever is kind to the poor lends to the Lord, and will be repaid in full.” Proverbs 19:17

2017/2018

Winter Night Shelter 2017 / 2018 Clay Hill will be taking part in the Enfield Churches Winter Night Shelter Project in 2017/18, under the umbrella of All People All Places (APAP).  It will be the fourth year of hosting the shelter at St Luke’s Church.  It’s a church-based ‘rolling shelter’ run by volunteers providing food, shelter, warmth and friendship overnight during  the winter months.  Each night of the week up to 12 guests are hosted by a different church. The Enfield shelter will operate from Wednesday 3 January 2018 to Tuesday 20 March 2018, and we will be hosting the shelter on Friday nights from 5 January to 16 March.  Volunteers are crucial to making the shelter work, and donations are also welcome.  If you want to help in any way, please download the information leaflet below, and contact Peter Livermore and John Rhatigan at stlukesshelter@gmail.com  A report on the 2016/17 Winter Night Shelter can be found here Documents for the 2017/18 Winter Night Shelter can be downloaded: 2017/18 Night Shelter Information Leaflet APAP 2017/18 Volunteer Handbook St Luke’s training session note – 8 December 2017 Shelter church plan Food health and safety instructions
“Whoever is kind to the poor lends to the Lord, and will be repaid in full.” Proverbs 19:17

Winter Night Shelter