Coventry City of Sanctuary is supported by 78 organisations who have declared their commitment to welcoming, and including in their activities, those who seek sanctuary in our city. This page provides information and links to those who have asked to be identified on this page and some information about the service they provide.
If your organisation has or would like to pledge support for City of Sanctuary please tell us what you would like this website to say about your commitment to welcome. The City of Sanctuary is only as good as our network of pledgers and we thank each for your committment and support.
Coventry Jesus Centre
We run a drop in for all in need, plus ESOL and basic skills classes etc. Our Church welcomes asylum seekers and refugees.
St. Barbara’s Church, Earlsdon
Broad Street Meeting Hall
Westwood Church meets weekly to celebrate our faith in Jesus. We welcome anyone who wishes to join us, regardless of background.
Coventry Refugee and Migrant Centre
CRMC is a partner fully committed to values that support the city legacy of peace and reconciliation. The City of Sanctuary Group is a living example of our city legacy in action.
Churches Together with Refugees in Coventry
CTRiC aims to make churches in the Coventry area more aware of the needs of asylum-seekers and refugees, and to help them respond to those needs. We collaborate with people who want to get a viable project off the ground.
We provide practical support through our expertise in fundraising and access to different networks in the area. We welcome proposals from anyone who would like to further CTRiC’s objects.
United Reformed Church in North & East Coventry
There is a welcome for everyone and our rooms (especially at St. Columba’s) can be made available for use by a variety of groups. At St. Columba’s on a Wednesday evening from 5:30pm to 8:00 pm the building is open as a warm place to be with free tea, coffee and biscuits and a free meal which usually arrives about 7:00pm, everyone is welcome.
Sacred Heart Justice and Peace Group, Harefield Road, CV2 4BT
We contribute to the promotion of justice and peace activities for emigrants, refugees and asylum seekers and the developing countries. The group meets once a month at the parish house to discuss issues that affects peoples lives. The group also encourages parishioners to sign petitions that lead to policy improvements. We also invite guest speakers to enlighten the group on issues that encourage promotion of Justice and Peace.