To be light and hope for the most vulnerable in Leicester by showing that we care. As we pursue God's heart, we hope to see individuals transformed through our compassion projects, where poverty is rare and people thrive.
At Chroma Church we want to be the hands and feet of Jesus. We hope to identify need and provide people in crisis with the appropriate care; practically, emotionally, spiritually. To restore value, hope, and empower them to engage with the root causes and be lifted out of poverty.
Central to our local compassion projects is the food bank where we encourage everyone to connect first!
Our friendly and welcoming environment helps people to open up to share their story, understand their need and provides a door for us to offer appropriate care. Here people in crisis can collect emergency food and supplies to help for between 3-5 days.
We partner with a wide range of agencies and care professionals such as nurses, schools and social workers to identify people in need. To refer clients, support services and agencies can access our Referral Form.
Chroma food bank is always in need of food and toiletry items including:
Donations of food/toiletries can be dropped off at Chroma Store during our Sunday services or during these hours:
Send an email to email@example.com to drop off donations during office hours.
Safe Families for Children help reduce the number of children who need to go into care in the UK.
We believe God loves to see families together. This targets the heart of the Church as a completely voluntary service, where we offer our support to help families who need it.
We love to see our city transformed by the love of Jesus. We have 4 big dinners that happen across the year where we share a delicious dinner followed by desserts and coffee to the homeless and those who have nowhere else to go.
The guests are seated at a restaurant-style table by a team of volunteers who serve them food and drinks. We invite them to enjoy a family atmosphere, with lots of food and fun, as we meet practical needs, prophesy life, speak value into those who need it most and serve in love.
CAP Debt Centre
CAP provides free and non-judgemental advice for people struggling with debt. The team help clients to access support from trained debt advisors at CAP Head Office who create realistic budgets and payments, as well as negotiating with creditors. The team also come alongside clients, committing to long-term support and befriending.
To book an appointment, please call the CAP free phone number 0800328006 or get in touch via Contact us to find out more.
CAP Money Management
CAP Money is an opportunity to receive budgeting skills and tools to help you manage your finances, budget, save and prevent debt through one-to-one support sessions and a free course during the year.
On Saturday mornings, we help the vulnerable, the lonely, the lost from our community at our church allotment. We love being able to engage all who come in community and lead the group into a grater connection with the heart of God.
There are opportunities to support in the allotment and growing fruit and vegetables, pray before we start and welcome all who come with the love and friendship of Jesus.
We aim to assist people to find physical purpose in their lives, developing new skills and being strengthened and encouraged during their time spent at the allotment.
Location: Rancliffe Allotments, Boynton Road
Time: Saturday 9:30am
With an estimated 40 million people trapped in modern day slavery today; we join with Eden to help bring an end to slavery.
Eden are an organisation that rescue women and children from sex slavery and help to teach the women rescued how to make jewellery. As a church, we support Eden by selling the jewellery that the women make.
You can purchase the precious pieces of jewellery at the Chroma Store on Sunday and read all the stories of hope restored.
Keep an eye out for pop-up Eden stalls open throughout the year!