Belfast Central Mission

Belfast Central Mission

BCM is an agency of the Methodist Church which was founded over 100 years ago as part of the church's response to problems inherent in inner city life such as poverty, exclusion and deprivation. BCM's aim is to meet the needs of the whole person regardless of class, creed or colour. It aims to do this through a wide range of community-based care and its social work programme.

Today, BCM continues in that tradition through its congregations at Grosvenor Hall and Sandy Row and through its wide range of social work projects and community services throughout Northern Ireland. The Mission's professional social work is set within a context of Christian belief, though no religious commitment is required from its staff or anyone wishing to benefit from its services. BCM's purpose is to express the Christian faith in action, through a basic respect for human dignity, and thus commend it to others


Its current services include:

  • Inner city Advice Centre
  • Supported Housing for young adults leaving care
  • Housing Support for young people (16-25) and older people (55+)
  • Providing support for vulnerable young people
  • Residential Accommodation for Older People
  • Christmas Support Programme
  • Holidays for Older People
  • Autism Support Services- EAGLE Project proving support for families with a recent diagnosis of autism
  • Volunteer Programme

Contact Details

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Belfast Central Mission
Grosvenor House
5 Glengall Street
Co Antrim
BT12 5AD
United Kingdom


028 9024 1917

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