post: Birmingham 28th February 2019

February: Chauncey’s Story

Chauncey came to The Feast through our Methodist partner in Birmingham. He came reluctantly, not sure if this was s...

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post: Luton, Reflections 31st January 2019

January: Birjeet’s Story

A boy in Luton was deeply impacted by the Guidelines for Dialogue. Birjeet* was one of 8 students from a local sec...

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post: Luton 9th November 2018

Trampolining … and Forgiveness

“I felt nervous at first about meeting new people, but now I am not!” This was how one of the Christian girls felt...

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post: Stories, Tower Hamlets 22nd October 2018

#SixtySecondsWith Chris Reid who raised over £700 for The Feast

Christopher Reid is a young man from Leyton, in East London. One of the things he does regularly, through his running...

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post: Luton 17th September 2018

The Transforming Power of Dialogue

  In Luton, we recently ran training sessions about guidelines for constructive dialogue. Participants loo...

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post: Birmingham, Staff & Volunteers 20th July 2018

A Feast week for nurse, Chelsea Patten

In July 2018 I spent a week volunteering with The Feast, Birmingham as part of my children’s nursing elective pla...

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post: Birmingham 11th July 2018

Great excitement in Birmingham as the Summer Programme is released.

One of the highlights of our work at The Feast is running Youth Encounters - it is our bread and butter, it's wha...

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post: Tower Hamlets, Uncategorised 19th June 2018

#JustBecause… giving out free ice lollies to kids from our local secondary school on a hot day

Our friends Charlie and Erin over at Good Shepherd Mission and St Matthew's Bethnal Green started something called #J...

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post: Birmingham, Reflections, Staff & Volunteers 6th June 2018

Volunteering at The Feast

Hi! I’m Charlotte Grist, a volunteer at The Feast. I am in my second year studying International Development and Anth...

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post: Birmingham, Stories, UK 31st May 2018

Cleanliness is Next to Godliness

After netting out and picking up three bin bags full of floating rubbish along The Feast’s adopted length of the Gran...

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