The Beulah Homeless Project

The Beulah Homeless Project is one part of the wider Beulah Project, which serves to meet the needs of the community in practical ways whilst exemplifying God’s love.

The Homeless Project takes place every second Sunday of each month outside of London’s Charing Cross. Serving anywhere between 150 and 450 people, a full English breakfast is served to all who attend and a range of clothing is available to those who need it.

Other aspects of the Project include a monthly community meal and a drop-in centre – available to the Bedford community. Emergency food and clothing is available nationally and barrels of clothing and food are exported to various countries as a part of the barrel ministry.

If you’d like to find out more about the Beulah Project and its various exciting initiatives, or would like to donate money, food or clothing, please contact Bishop Richard Trotman on 07977 480990.

Matthew 25: 35-40

Bishop & Senior Pastor Richard Trotman

Bishop & Senior Pastor Richard Trotman

Homeless Project Director




Corporate Office
6 Beacon Court, Birmingham Rd
Great Barr, Birmingham
United Kingdom, B43 6NN


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