JOIN THE LIGHTHOUSE NETWORK
Our mission is to use our gifts, talents and skills to serve our community and nurture, empower, equip and raise up the next generation of leaders who are are whole: spirit, soul and body, and who will go on to do the same.
Would you partner with us to raise the next generation of leaders who are whole?
We cannot do this on our own and we are looking for people who can partner up with us to make this dream a reality. We are looking for people who want to partner up with us to bring back light, unity, hope, life and love back to a nation that has become encompassed by the darkness.
Join the network and partner up with your services and we can work together in collaboration by:
Joining us in outreach and missionary work in the community
Being a part of the Lighthouse Network
Other Ways to Partner:
Partner up in terms of resources, training, knowledge for the internal COOH team
Be a part of our Trustees, Advisory Board to help us in the formal constitution
Be a Sponsor/Donor
You can help us with your generous one time giving. No amount is too much or too little. You can give via Paypal (email@example.com) or pay directly to our account:
Account Name: Come Out Of Hiding Limited
Account Number: 21926768
Sort Code: 30-97-77
God bless you.
The COOH Family
ONE TIME DONATION
HOW WE EXECUTE OUR MISSION
We execute this mission through two different ways:
Community Matters and The Lighthouse Network Community. This is about putting our love in action and following the example of Jesus Christ’ life on earth.
Community Matters is our outreach services that serve the different communities we have access to. Our outreach services involve our mental health and wellbeing support services (Release); our weekly family drop in sessions and delivery services (Open House); our virtual encouragement platforms (Unveil); our weekly fellowship sessions (Safe Space and Hub Nights), our annual community day out (Undivided) and our rehabilitation centre (The Lighthouse).
Through the Lighthouse Network Community we run a mentorship programme called STEPs which is an after-care provision for the transition to the ‘adult world’.