Homestead of Hope

Stories from people we have helped

We are so proud to have been able to help many people from all walks of life. We do not turn anyone away, we try to help everyone within our capabilities and resources.

Wayne

I began coming to the Good Shepherd Welcome Centre (run by the Homestead of Hope) shortly after it opened in 2015. I am 86 years old and I live at home with my daughter. I come here for lunch every week where we are all looked after with loving care from the ladies who make […]

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Sam

I’ve been on very strong medication for years due to the high level of pain I’m constantly in for a debilitating genetic deformity. I didn’t feel safe in the accommodation where I was staying because there were rough people there and my medication was stolen by drug addicts, so I left and slept in parks. […]

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Arthur

I’ve been coming to the Good Shepherd Welcome Centre every week for meals for many years. I really enjoy the home cooked meals and desserts as well as the company of the others who come along.

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Harold

I started coming to the Good Shepherd Welcome Centre in 2014 when it first opened. At first, we were all strangers but now we are like a family. The cooks and staff are wonderful, always greeting us with a smile and a warm welcome. We enjoy a delicious hot meal and either soup or dessert […]

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Our Mission and Aim

The Homestead of Hope was formed in September 2010 with a preliminary meeting at Ss Peter & Paul Parish Kiama. We commenced operation with our first official gathering February 2011.
Our Aim
  1. To encourage Christian Unity between the churches with 3 monthly gatherings fostering a closer union with God and friendship and love with each other.
  2. To support the poor, disadvantaged, marginalised, lonely and homeless in our community with free meals and friendship.
  3. To offer emergency relief accommodation to the homeless, refugees, victims of natural disaster and people in crisis situations.
  4. To offer professional services which will enhance life giving skills and foster self worth, enabling people to regain confidence in their ability to live a rewarding and fulfilling life. 


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