(formerly Crisis Centre Ministries)

In Autumn 2019, the Crisis Centre Ministries Trustees and Members voted overwhelmingly to change the charity’s name to inHope. marking the start of an exciting new adventure. The name inHope. reflects the aims of our Development Plan, with its focus upon encouraging spiritual engagement, enabling employment and increasing access to housing – all aims that emphasise the importance of offering hope beyond the crisis. Food and shelter remain a crucial part of the work that we do together.  But those who come to us want and need us to offer a broader and deeper range of services and opportunities for their restoration. Our four main projects will continue – the Wild Goose drop-in centre, the LIFE Recovery project, the East Bristol Foodbank and the Spring of Hope women’s night shelter.

inHope. will retain the ethos that has lasted for 35 years, bringing together volunteers, supporters and churches from across Bristol, to offer hope and a future to our city. 

Mission Updates

Update November 2020

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Update November 2019

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Update September 2018

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Update January 2018

Read about the Bristol Churches Winter Night Shelter: Information Sheet

Update December 2016

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Update 2015

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Our Mission Partners