Our sole purpose is to provide loving, spiritual and physical care for those in the community of Jehovah’s Witnesses who find themselves needing to be cared for by others, due to old age or infirmity.
…to look after orphans and widows in their tribulation…
We recognise that the primary responsibility to care for elderly ones lies firstly with their families and secondly with the congregation, however in circumstances where this is not possible then Jah-Jireh may be able to help.
This latest issue of the newsletter has news from all the homes, a letter from our trustees and we will introduce each trustee to you in future issues. Our new dementia area at Wigan is now open and find out what our volunteers have been up to at Merthyr.
A highlight of the week at Blackpool is every Wednesday at 2pm when they have their family worship/watchtower study with family and friends also in attendance. A different brother from each of the local congregations take turns to lead the study.
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Jah-Jireh, as a charity, is not immune from the current financial crisis. However, we are confident that by means of our donation and legacy arrangements, Jehovah will continue to provide for those of his elderly and faithful servants who are in need of care. On behalf of our elderly ones and from the bottom of our hearts, thank you very much for all your financial support. - RUTH 2:12
We are currently looking for carers at Leyland and Wigan and various opportunities at Blackpool. You can also apply to join our team of bank staff at any home. Please see our Employment page for more details.