The Besom

The Besom enables us to serve the poor through the donation and delivery of furniture and other necessities and through helping with painting and gardening.

To donate, get involved or for any other information contact Besom on
07766 072 150 or email

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Christians Against Poverty

Christians Against Poverty (CAP) is a national organisation which offers free debt counselling and support in conjunction with local churches.

For the Ealing branch, based at St Paul’s, contact Azniv Pambakian on
020 8579 8882 or email

For the CAP Job Club based at St Paul’s, contact Julia Sarson on

07473 004435 or email

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Ealing Foodbank

Ealing Foodbank gives boxes of non-perishable food items to local families in crisis who have been given vouchers by social services or other agencies.

To find out more or to sign up as a volunteer, please contact Janet Fletcher at

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Ealing Soup Kitchen

Ealing Soup Kitchen serves free hot food between 2pm and 6pm on Saturday and Sunday to those in need of it. St Paul’s Ealing is one of seven local churches enabling the ministry to happen.

If you would enjoy serving at the soup kitchen, contact Richard Sarson on
07860 612 018

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Ealing Community School of English (ECSE)

Ealing Community School of English (ECSE) gives English Language and support to refugees and immigrants.

To attend or join our team of volunteers, contact Dominic by email on

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St Paul’s Community Playschool

St Paul’s Community Playschool is an Ofsted regulated Christian playgroup for children aged 2 ½ years and above, which is open to all faiths and cultures, and is overseen by St Paul’s Ealing.

Contact St Paul’s Community Playschool on
07825 247 840 or email

To attend or join our team of volunteers, contact Bri L’Hostis on
020 8579 9444 or email

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Prison Ministry

Prison Ministry is served by volunteers from St Paul’s who go into Wormwood Scrubs and lead chapel services and help with Alpha courses. St Paul’s also supports Kairos, which leads three day courses, and Angel Tree, which sends Christmas presents to prisoners’ children.

To find out more contact Ray Elliott on
020 8579 9444

Winter Night Shelter

Ealing Churches Winter Night Shelter provides a bed for the night and an evening meal and breakfast in the coldest months for people who would otherwise be sleeping rough.

To find out more contact Nell Fox on

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