Faith Action Nottingham

Faith Action Nottingham

“For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat,
I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink,
I was a stranger and you invited me in,
I needed clothes and you clothed me,
I was sick and you looked after me,
I was in prison and you came to visit me”.

Transforming Notts Together help coordinate Faith Action Nottingham

What is Faith Action Nottingham?

Faith Action Nottingham is a group of faith-led community projects - committed to welcoming and supporting marginalised and vulnerable people in our city by providing projects which offer hospitality, holistic care and support to people of all faiths and beliefs or none.

We work to combat the damaging effects of poverty and homelessness and our aim is to challenge prejudice, enable excluded people to live full lives, and help to build a fairer world.

We do so because of our faith in a God who cares passionately for everyone and calls us to uphold the dignity of every human being.

Faith Action Nottingham is supported by the Nottingham Inter Faith Council.


Who we work with?  

For more information about any of these projects, just click on the web link.    

Heart Nottingham

Emmanuel House

Food Bank at Grace Church

Jericho Road Project

Kings Money Advice


Hope into Action

Hope Nottingham

Nottingham Arimathea Trust

Nottingham Night Stop

Nottingham Street Pastors

The Arches Project

The Friary

The Nottingham Winter Shelter

The Rainbow Project

The Salvation Army

Trent Debt Advice



























To volunteer with anti-poverty projects visit

10 million people are supported by church-based social transformation – 20% of the adult population

A new report by Church Urban Fund and the independent researchers, Theos, shows the commitment and impact of local churches to their neighbourhoods.

10 million people are supported by church-based social transformation – 20% of the adult population. The report shows that churches are providing services in a way that also offers personal support that builds relations and strengthens communities; real neighbourliness.

Churches, in areas of real deprivation, whether city or rural, are often the only agency on the ground ready to reach out to those on the margins.

See more at