Storehouse Stories – Tommy
The Storehouse Documentary can be found here.
This is part of Tommy’s Story and Storehouse is but one aspect of his journey…
“Having plenty of food in the cupboard is something easily taken for granted. But what would happen if your salary stopped? You might last a few weeks, perhaps even a few months. After that, where would you turn?
Many people in Belfast have no answer to this question. Thousands live close to or at the edge of their finances. For many simply getting by is a struggle. So when personal crisis hits – redundancy, illness, homelessness, separation – finding the next meal can be virtually impossible.
As a charity, Storehouse exists to be a real solution for those individuals and families, throughout Belfast and beyond, who have no safety net.
Storehouse was launched by Belfast City Vineyard Church in 2008. Through Storehouse the church sought to demonstrate God’s heart of unconditional love for all.
We believe it is God’s desire that no one, regardless of religion, race, lifestyle or background, should have to go hungry.
Since 2008 over 20 churches, schools and businesses have become involved with Storehouse as we continue to see the most vulnerable in our communities loved and served.
To date we have provided for over 5000 households all across our city and beyond. We continue to hope for a future where no one in our communities has to go hungry.”
Music by Dave Crowder Band – Rain Down.