The Aim of the NWMM
The aim of the NWMM is to demonstrate faith in action by responding effectively to the needs of people in the North West and enable them to achieve their potential.
Our vision is of a society enriched by a commitment to promote social justice in all aspects of life.About Us
A commitment to the principles of equality, solidarity, and human rights, that recognises the dignity of every human being.
Supporting the development of individuals and communities to take more responsibility for and control of their own lives.
Living our faith in action through selfless concern for others.
Inclusion & Diversity
A commitment to a welcoming hospitality that treats everyone with dignity and respect, celebrates diversity and enables the marginalised to feel they belong.
Respond effectively to the changing needs and aspirations of the local community.
Being open and transparent in all our activities – which means doing what we say and saying what we mean.
Public benefit is demonstrated in several ways including:
Providing community facilities in an area of high social deprivation
Reducing the number of people sleeping rough
Clooney Hall Methodist Church
The congregation at Clooney Hall Methodist meet each Sunday morning at 11 to worship God together, as we pray, sing, and think about what it means to love God and love others. Other church activities during the week include; Toddlers and Others: meeting at 10am on Mondays for preschool aged children and their accompanying adults.Find out More
Clooney Centre is a Business & Community Conference and meeting venue providing a range of meeting spaces to suit your needs.Find out More
Drop in centre
Our drop-in centre provides support for our clients as they begin adjusting to life back in society. Located in the basement of the Carlisle Road Methodist Church, the centre will give clients the chance to maintain the links and friendships they built up during their time staying with us. We will also assist them withFind out More
Clarendon Shelter provides temporary accommodation of up to two years in our premises on the Northland Road for homeless women with or without children who are experiencing complex needs. Since 1978 the service has been available 24/7 with staff on duty and has a direct access policy. We offer an environment of safety free fromFind out More
The North West Methodist Mission currently provides temporary accommodation for 47 men experiencing homelessness at our premises in Crawford Square. As well as providing a home for these individuals, we advocate independent living. Our aim is to provide residents with encouragement and support until they are housed within their local community.Find out More
The North West Methodist Mission has been helping the homeless for over 80 years, and we want to continue that tradition. However, we can’t do it alone. If you can, please consider donating to this most noble of causes. No amount is too little.
The North West Methodist Mission has installed stringent measures at each of our facilities to ensure the safety of our members, volunteers and guests. Mask wearing and social distancing are mandatory in communal areas, while hand sanitisation stations have been installed.