For many years All Hallows has been a sanctuary for people experiencing injustice. We have been upset by the way in which many of our fellow human beings have been treated, by the way in which they have not been offered hospitality and support when they have needed it.
All Hallows has played a significant part in seeking justice for several people coming to the UK hoping for asylum and who then found themselves held in detention centres. Members of the church have provided support in all sorts of ways to people seeking safety – in doing so learning that journeying together is the best way to share God’s love in this situation and that one person cannot do it alone.
Our experiences have led to the church and members of the church being involved with many organisations that provide support to asylum seekers and refugees including: