Jah-Jireh Charity Homes

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…

JAMES 1:27

  • 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.


In any Jah-Jireh home, you will experience:


  • Surroundings where personal beliefs and preferences are understood and respected
  • Spiritual comfort, encouragement and support
  • Person centred care based on scriptural principles
  • Full support to maintain your personal spiritual routine


Read more on the Ethos behind Jah-Jireh


In the event of a loss of staff due to the Pandemic outbreak because of ill health, family issues or other local social problems that would prevent our staff getting to work we are looking for volunteers to support our staff teams. If you are in a position to volunteer at this time please fill in the form as soon as possible. We are taking all measures in line with government directives to ensure the safety of our residents and volunteers.


Welcome to our Home

Stories from our dear residents.     


Employment Opportunities

Some excellent opportunities available at Blackpool.
Current roles available:
Night Shifts, £8.21 per hour, all training provided
Carers, £8.21 per hour
See Join our Team for more information on working with us at Jah-Jireh. The Assisted Living Worker Allowance means we also contribute towards the cost of your rent!


Great job opportunity at Wigan
 with a 3 bedroomed house or 1 bedroomed bungalow rented at a subsidised rate close to the home. Wigan is within easy travelling distance of many local English and foreign language congregations, particularly in the Bolton and Manchester area. Please see Join our Team for more information on working with us at Jah-Jireh.

In this issue:

  • Carers attend International Convention in Texas
    Intergenerational Care
  • Valued in the Community