Ealing Soup Kitchen

Ealing Soup Kitchen

This information was added on 17/02/2023 and last updated on: 20/02/2023

Ealing Soup Kitchen is a Christian Ministry of hope and help alleviating deprivation caused by homelessness and has been helping the  over 18’s our clients who are homeless, mentally challenged, lonely and in need. Whilst we don’t provide shelter for our guests, we help with almost every other facet of their lives to aid them from a place of dependency to independent living – from sourcing warm clothes, providing free haircuts, a free shower service, advocacy for all sorts of issues, giving them a hearty meal as well as training and preparation for work and – perhaps most importantly – giving them time; time to talk and know they’re not alone.

  • Monday Evening Hub – serves hot takeaway meals, food parcels and clothes between 6–8 pm in the Salvation Army Hall, 6 Leeland Road, W13 9HH.
  • Friday Hub – warm space, refreshments, a hot meal, food parcel, clothes, listening space, advocacy, shower, haircuts, foot care, back massage, conversational English class, exercise class, pottery class, karaoke, games and regular workshop discussion. From 11 am-3.30 pm in The Crypt, St John’s Mattock Lane W13 9LA
  • Saturday and Sunday Ealing Soup Kitchen – hot meals between 3.30–5 pm in the Church Room, St Johns, Mattock Lane, W13 9LA.

Ealing Soup Kitchen, The Crypt, St John’s Church, Mattock Lane W13 9LA, UK

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