Lighthouse is the avenue through which SAINT serves people in need in our community. We provide practical and relational support. 

Lighthouse meets for a lunchtime meal in four locations across East London, we are so looking forward to welcoming you.

We run gardening sessions, hygiene and clothing pop-ups, money matters advice and CV support amongst our wider signposting services.


St Luke’s Homerton: Wednesdays 12-2pm

St Mary’s Leyton: Thursdays 12-2pm

St Leonard’s Shoreditch: Thursdays 12-2pm


We would love your help in serving our local community and those most in need. Sign up here to be part of Lighthouse.


Please support our work, you could help us buy:

Thank you for supporting the work of Lighthouse.

  • £10  provides five people with a hot nutritious meal and a warm safe space to belong. 
  • £30 provides two hygiene packages supporting those in crisis who desperately need it.
  • £100 provides food for one of our locations once a week.


SAINT is also launching a monthly prayer evening in partnership with London City Mission, specifically praying for local prisons. 

We would love to invite you to join us.

To get in touch, email


Lighthouse has an exciting new opportunity for six people to embark on a fully paid six week floristry employability programme based in Hackney Central. 

This course is designed for people who are interested in a career in floristry and are overcoming significant challenges and barriers to employment but are looking to re-enter the world of work. The carefully curated course will provide both practical floristry skills, holistic care as well as tools to equip and empower the attendees of the course.


The course starts in March 2023 at lunchtime on Tuesdays. It covers a wide range of floristry techniques including bouquets, buttonholes, centrepiece arrangements, wreaths and finish with a large scale installation built as a team. Attendees’ work will be photographed each week to form a portfolio by the end of the course and they will get to keep their creations.


  • Must be aged 18-50
  • Applying for this programme is a commitment to learning a new skill and finding employment making attendance essential
  • The application form must be filled out

Our work in this season is supported by the the Church Revitalisation Trust as part of the #LoveYourNeighbour campaign.