Free Computer Training

For all the members of The RCCG, Amazing Grace Chapel and people living in the community around the church who wants to learn how to use computer, we organise free computer training occasionally.

This training is for beginners, intermediate and apprentices alike. If you would like to book a place on it or just discuss how it all works please contact the church on 01482 470015.


The Soup Kitchen

Driven by the passion to contribute to the development of our community, particularly in ensuring the spiritual and physical well-being of the society at large, starting from our ‘Jerusalem’, the Soup Kitchen Project was born.

The idea for this project, which involves providing support for the homeless in the city of Kingston upon Hull as well as feeding them and signposting them to relevant authorities who can help them out of their challenges, was conceived by Brother Edem Edifor.

The doors of The Redeemed Christian Church of God, Amazing Grace Chapel Hull are open to the above mentioned beneficiaries every Saturday afternoon from 1.00p.m. – 2.00p.m., where they are fed and ministered to by the members of the Charity and occasionally the choir.

 So far, the project has catered for the needs of those with little or no income within our community especially those who live on the streets as they are assured of a quality meal every Saturday as well as a sense of belonging, resulting in the reduction of depression rate and creating an avenue for the beneficiaries to be self-reliant. Some of the beneficiaries have come to know the Lord Jesus Christ and some have ‘moved on’ i.e. no longer on the street.

In recognition of this project and other charitable works e.g. visit to Care Homes to give out toiletries, food items, etc., donation of cash gifts to other Charities and Feed the Families Project, among others, the Charity was nominated as one of the recipients of the Queens Award for Voluntary Service 2013 and invited for the Garden Party which took place at the Buckingham Palace on the 22nd of May 2013 at the Garden Party, which had about 6,000 people in attendance. The representatives of the Charity, headed by the Parish Pastor, Pastor Olumide Isaac Aleshinloye, through God’s favour were randomly selected for a brief interview and the chance to chat and shake hands with her Majesty, the Queen of England. It was indeed a memorable event for those who had the privilege of representing the Charity.

On the 24th of June 2013, there was a Press Release published in the Hull Daily Mail, showing the picture of the Parish Pastor, holding the documents confirming the Award and the general church members in attendance at the Church service on Sunday, the 23rd of June 2013.

The soup kitchen is an opportunity for individuals and families of all races are touched with the love of Jesus Christ. We achieve this by meeting their needs as much as we possibly can. Every Saturday, we open the doors of our church from 1.00 pm to 2.00 pm and for those who can come, we offer them food and prayers.

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