Helping Hands is a branch of the House of Levi International charity based in Wiltshire, primarily Swindon. Its goal is to introduce Christ, the hope of glory, according to the vision placed on this project and bring a balance of spirituality and practicality in the communities and lives of the people in the region.
The Vision for Helping Hands is to follow Jesus’ footsteps in Matthew 4:22-25 as he went everywhere in the country of Galilee teaching in the synagogues the good news about God’s kingdom. He healed all the people’s diseases and sicknesses and the good news was spread all over. The people brought to him all those who were sick and suffering from different kinds of diseases and pains. Jesus healed them all! This scripture demonstrates what Helping Hands thrives in succeeding and the hope to achieve greater in the region of Wiltshire.
Helping Hands takes pleasure in sharing love with the people and bringing joy in the communities. We are always praying for peace, unity, goodness and working tirelessly to end long-suffering. Over the years helping hands has worked with homeless people in assisting them to get shelter and has a bank of clothes and necessities to hand out to those in need.
Helping Hands also thrives on growing and diversifying the range of the service that it can provide both practically and spiritually.
All are welcome to visit us at Helping Hands! Our doors are always open on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month, throughout the year at the Swindon Central Community Centre.