Network & Associates
Our dream is to see more of heaven come to earth right across the UK. We believe we have a part to play in reaching the UK with the good news of Jesus and our prayer is that more and more Light Projects may be planted across our nation.
Lighthouse café and arts Centre
…is a community café and arts venue in the village of Great Gransden near Cambridge.
People have found Lighthouse café to be a good place to make new friends, have some peace and quiet, read the papers or make use of creative space. On most weeks our creative table is booked up for people to show off their crafts and artistic skills and we have had candles, Body shop goodies and card making too.
You can find us behind 8 Sand Rd, Great Gransden every Tuesday 10am – 3.00pm.
Lighthouse café has been made possible through the generosity of people’s time, baking, as well as a generous grant given to The Light Project by The Baptist Insurance Company that has enabled Chris to lead and develop the café. If you would like information on Baptist Insurance please do click the logo below:
Light Project Peterborough
Led by Sue Hensby, who is past student of The Light Project, the growing team do 3 things: 1: serve people who are homeless through the winter night shelter 2: Run the city centre chaplaincy project with 12 volunteer chaplains and 3: inspire churches to Love Peterborough through word and action. visit our site at: www.lightprojectpeterborough.org.uk
Street Light Project
Led by past student Andy Putt the street light is an indoor Skate Park, café and community centre. The story of Street light is inspirational and you can read more here: www.streetlightproject.org.uk
Light Project Glasgow
Led by Mel Turner, The Light Project Glasgow is based from Whiteinch Church. TLP Glasgow offers the opportunity for full-time students in Scotland to train on the Foundation degree in Theology, Mission and Evangelism; accredited by The University of Chester
TLP Glasgow and its links to Whiteinch, make it a vibrant context for worship, prayer and evangelism. Described as an ‘Urban Monastery’, students coming here will not only study but take part in some radical mission and evangelism ideas, but also join a rich community of worship, prayer and discipleship. Activities including working with addicts, CAP, alpha courses, CLAN and Mel will be developing outreach within the Glasgow Harbour area.
For details of TLP Glasgow or to enquire about becoming a student her contact: