While it’s still dark God does his finest work
Easter gives us not only a cause for celebration but a motivation to bring hope to people who desperately need it.
In the last year, many people in our communities have experienced dark times, whether through job loss, homelessness, domestic violence or mental illness. In the Easter story, we see that even in the darkness, there is still hope, for ‘while it was still dark’ Jesus rose from the dead! (John 20:1).
At Wesley Mission, we are continuing the work of Jesus Christ today, as we care for some of the most marginalised members of our community, reaching out and bringing hope to thousands every year, and never more so than at this time.
For many people, connecting with Wesley Mission represents fresh hope for a different future, a hand-up for those who have fallen and light for those experiencing dark times. Your partnering with us can bring Jesus’ light into the lives of people in need.
We have a lot of statistics that tell our story - like the fact that last year we served more than 160,000 people, the majority of whom were most in need. But our story is much more than numbers can tell.
Every number has a name. Every name has a story. Every story matters to God. If every story matters to God, it should always matter to us.