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Jubilee Soup Run meets every week from mid-March to mid-November with our homeless community at Teville Gate in Worthing.

The Soup Run opens on a Sunday evening from 5.30pm to 6.30pm by Teville Gate Car Park in Worthing.

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We aim to share food, clothing, resources and above all friendship to those who have fallen on hard times. More specifically Jubilee Soup Run provides:

·  Soup, rolls, cakes, tea and coffee
·  Sleeping bags and blankets
·  Essential clothing for men and women, plus shoes, coats and toiletries
·  Information sharing on housing help for the homeless, medical care, substance misuse help, debt counselling, accessing benefits, plus agencies and church/community groups offering similar help

Jubilee Soup Run has volunteers from Jubilee Church and from Worthing and Adur Community.

Our help and support will often go beyond the Sunday evening, with much success in helping find accommodation, voluntary work experience and employment opportunities.

We often find once housed, some of the previously homeless like to return to the Soup Run in order to meet with friends.

Jubilee Soup Run will also refer people to other projects such as Worthing Foodbank and Re-Loved, as and when they find accommodation.

From mid-November to mid- March, Jubilee is one of 10 churches working together to host the Worthing Winter Night Shelter, providing a hot meal, change of clothes, prayer and a safe night's sleep for local street sleepers throughout the four coldest months of the year. Jubilee hosts Sunday night's at East Worthing Baptist Church. 

If you would like more information on how you can get involved please email souprun@jubilee-church.co.uk or phone the church office on 07767 115943.