Bread of Hope was founded by five guys in 2015:
Bread of Hope provides physical food by supplying a local food bank with its greatest needs. Bread of Hope also provides spiritual food by helping people to:
We believe that breaking bread together gives us a picture of the Christian life. The bread and the wine:
These three things further reflect the three offices of Christ: prophet, priest, and king. We are like wax melted by Christ’s love. So like a finger leaves a fingerprint in molten wax, Jesus leaves a prophet-print, a priest-print, and a king-print in us [1 Peter 2:9]:
Together these values – kingly provision (meeting needs); priestly people (restoring relationships); and prophetic perspective (advocating resurrection) – give:
Since breaking bread together gives us a model of whole-life discipleship, our mission is to embody what breaking bread is all about, which we do by providing physical and spiritual food. And our vision is the feast to come, to which breaking bread together directs us.
Each of these offices – prophet, priest, and king – has at least one corresponding workplace course. These courses can be tabulated as follows:
Most of our work is done with other organisations. So we go where they are. But we also host a small meeting from 7pm to 8pm on alternate Mondays at:
All Saints House
83 Margaret Street
(Entrance via Marylebone Passage)
London W1W 8TB
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18 June – Worship@Work I – Work and Worship;
2 July – Worship@Work II – The Sacred-Secular Divide;
16 July – Worship@Work III – Creation;
30 July – Worship@Work IV – Fall;
20 August – Worship@Work V – Resurrection;
3 September – Worship@Work VI – Anticipating the Kingdom;
17 September – Worship@Work VII – Breaking Bread Together;
1 October – Forgiveness@Work I;
15 October – Forgiveness@Work II;
29 October – Forgiveness@Work III;
12 November – Forgiveness@Work IV;
26 November – Forgiveness@Work V.
Bread of Hope subscribes to the historic creeds of the Christian Faith, such as: the Apostles’ Creed; the Nicene Creed; and the Athanasian Creed.
Bread of Hope also believes in:
* Evangelical Alliance Basis of faith.