We are already snowed under in the lead up to Christmas time! Each Christmas at the Besom, we spend our time helping Christians and churches give hampers to those in need in York. It is our favourite time of year, but also a difficult time for so many families and individuals across the city. Already […]Read More Christmas: It’s our favourite time of the year
Core team member Kirsten Nott gets behind the wheel for our latest blog entry. If you’ve been following the Besom in York for the last few years you might remember that in 2016 our first van went to the scrapheap in the sky. You might also remember that we had been praying for a new […]Read More Van-tastic news!
Our first blog of the autumn sees York Vineyard’s Joanna Allen share five lessons God has taught the church’s ReVive team as they partner with the Besom in York. As a church we love coming together with the Besom in York through our monthly practical outreach project, ReVive. It’s great knowing that, through working with […]Read More 5 things we’ve learned on our Besom journey
As of Friday, 27th July, The Besom in York is now closed for a few weeks over the summer. Our next working day will be Wednesday, 22nd August. Bundles of Joy are also closed over the summer. If you have furniture to give, but cannot hold on to it until the last week of August, […]Read More Summer closure
We were so blessed to have another team of Ampleforth College students (SHACworks) spend a week giving their time again this year. They carried out three projects in Tang Hall. The first was a decorating project for a lady who had just been given her first permanent home. They decorated the hallway, the kitchen and […]Read More SHAC students get stuck in
“You can’t really get away from the call of God to help people in need. You can’t read the Bible and cut that out. If all the student groups in York did a project each term, just think what an impact that could have!” Adam Mitchell-Baker, student worker at York’s G2 church, is thinking big. […]Read More Faith has to make a difference
December is Christmas hamper month at the Besom in York. It’s always a whirlwind of activity as we seek to match hamper referrals with givers who have offered to make them up. But it is also a time when we’re even more acutely aware of our reliance on God. No matter how planned we try […]Read More Unhampered giving!