Sometimes a church approaches us with the vision to establish a house for the homeless, perhaps part of an already established social action ministry, or as a response to local need. Only one or two houses are intended to be established and there is no Area Franchise nearby. We give the legal rights for a church to operate and replicate our model for their church in a given town.

The legal agreement is called an ‘SLA’ (Service Level Agreement). No separate charity needs to be set up and the house operates as part of the church’s ministry activities.

Read more about how church franchises work here.

Existing Church Franchises

  • Ashford
  • Beverley
  • Bicester
  • Bristol FBC
  • Bromley
  • Canterbury
  • Corby
  • Diss
  • Isle of Wight
  • Newark
  • Oakham
  • South Belfast
Church franchises are usually self-sufficient with all support coming from the local church partner. However, if you'd like to support or get involved with a church franchise in your area, get in touch with the franchise support team and we'd be happy to put you in touch with them.