Catholic Worker Farm (click the link to see their own website) just off the Old Uxbridge road in West Hyde.
The Catholic Worker Farm are working to support and accommodate destitute women (whom they call 'Guests'). These are vulnerable homeless women and children, unentitled to benefits or work permits, are literally "street homeless". Together they try, with the guests, to live each day by the love and values of Jesus Christ.
At the heart of what they do at Lynsters Farm lie very traditional Catholic works of mercy which all Christians could subscribe to.
I hope that in the weeks, months and years that lie ahead we can find ways of working, worshipping with, praying for and supporting this work of divine mercy on our doorstep.
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