Borderline

Supporting Homeless Scots in London

Christmas Carol Service

Christmas Carol Service

(photo Shona Fleming, Daniel Harman and Reverend Philip Majcher)

Crown Court Church of Scotland in Covent Garden held this year’s annual Congregational Service of Nine Lessons & Carols on Sunday night. Attendees were treated to a beautiful mix of readings and singing, with our very own Olivia Levins (Fundraising Officer) reading out one of the lessons. During the Service,  our Chairman Reverend Philip Majcher urged attendees to support the work of the charity.

The Service was followed by a reception hosted by us in the church hall, with Borderline staff on hand to chat with attendees and existing supporters about the work of the charity.

At the reception, Trustee Jessica Cadzow-Collins spoke on behalf of the charity about the work we carry out,  in particular about our Scottish Outreach Worker Daniel Harman. “In order to carry out this project, we need an additional £52,500 a year and I hope with your support we can continue to prevent rough sleeping and help fellows Scots in London deal with a particularly challenging set of needs,” she said.

To find out more about how you can help us visit https://www.borderline-uk.org/help-us/ , or to donate https://cafdonate.cafonline.org/700#/DonationDetails