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Webber Street make-over

February 23rd, 2011

img_0455Last week, a group of volunteers from First Presbyterian Church, Portadown, went to one of London City Mission’s centres at Waterloo to re-decorate the main part of the facility. It was a successful project largely because of the energy and expertise of the volunteers. The centre at Webber Street serves breakfast to upwards of 100 homeless people each morning and seeks to share the gospel of Jesus Christ in a sensitive way so that people can move forward in their lives.

Here are a few pics of the team at work.

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John, always with a smile on his face

Some of the Webber Street staff helped us to complete the project

Some of the Webber Street staff helped us to complete the project

Cecil, Mark and Robbie

Cecil, Mark and Robbie

John Ruddock and George Russell concentrated hard on their work

John and George concentrated hard on their work

George worked hard on the ceiling

George worked on the ceiling

Cecil didn't need a ladder paint the radiators

Cecil didn't need a ladder paint the radiators

The team with the Carson family

The team with the Carson family

Robbie bought a second-hand Brompton folding bicycle and everyone took a break to try it out.

Robbie bought a second-hand Brompton folding bicycle and everyone took a break to try it out.

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