currently being
housed by GP.
 
  • Mission Statement
    Releasing the church to end homelessness.

    Aims
    To house homeless and marginalised people.
    To provide support to get people back on their feet.
    To provide opportunities for people to follow Christ.

    Strategy
    To buy properties to let at a cost-effective rate.
    To visit residents regularly to assist in their social and spiritual needs.
    To generate finance through gifts, investors and commercial ventures.

    Overall Vision
    To eradicate ...
History & Vision
  • In 1997 we started providing temporary accommodation in our church building (Southport) for homeless individuals and families. We used our fellowship room, a garage that we had converted, a caravan on the church site and the church cellar. All these places we had sought to make as pleasant as possible, but the local environmental health department informed us that, though we were providing a valua...
Pathways
  • Across the UK we are starting up social enterprises to deal with a wide range of social issues. This programme is aimed at providing mentoring, training and work experience to our residents. It enables residents to gain the skills they need to work for an employer or run their own business. From teaching ex-addicts trades in Rotherham to helping residents grow and sell produce in Woking, more and ...
  • This is what your investment is achieving as a resident nears the end of their GP journey . . . Mascara warning. https://t.co/IakCTtpttn

Green Pastures Housing, charity number 1131468, a company limited by guarantee 06835266,
Green Pastures CBS, an industrial and provident society and exempt charity number XT27103, registered number 31116R. Registered with the Financial Conduct Authority.
Registered Office: 9 Mornington Road, Southport, Merseyside, PR9 0TS. Green Pastures is the working title of Green Pastures CBS Limited and other Green Pastures companies. 

 

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