House of Rainbow

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House Of Rainbow Fellowship is an inclusive, welcoming and affirming religious community for all people including sexual minorities and marginalised people. The vision of the House Of Rainbow Fellowship was birthed by Reverend Rowland Jide Macaulay, an openly gay African theologian. The styles of the House Of Rainbow Fellowship range from Anglo-Catholic to Pentecostal with “High Praise”, Prayers and Christian fellowship. House of Rainbow Fellowship is reaching out with a primary mission to the marginalised communities within the faith communities.

Pastoral Care
We provide holistic pastoral care for LGBTIQ. A model of emotional and spiritual support related to cultures and traditions of Black African Caribbean origins. Support on the journey to self-acceptance while exploring personal and psychological problems related to sexual orientation and gender identity.

Spirituality and Faith
We support LGBTIQ individuals reconcile their sexuality and spirituality by providing printed teaching resources and other materials for what the bible says positively and inclusively about homosexuality. There are also teaching aids and booklets for devotionals.

Asylum Seeker’s Support
House Of Rainbow provides a safe place for LGBTIQ asylum seekers. We provide free consultation and a chargeable service for the preparation of “witness statement” to support claims. Where we can, we visit asylum seekers in detention centres and work effectively to understand their stories and document their journeys.

Peer Support
We provide peer support for LGBTIQ people living with HIV. The stigma, shame, denial and discrimination associated with HIV means that MSM and sex worker populations are routinely and systematically left out of the care provision, particularly in Africa.

Campaigns Workshops and Training
Using evidence-based resources, we provide a range of seminars on important health topics such as sexual health, mental health, faith and spirituality.

Sexual Health
House of Rainbow provides sexual health advice, materials and resources. We support our members through a crisis by making referrals.

Contact Details

(+44) 020 8555 9222 Mobile/WhatsApp/FaceTime/IMO: +447521130179



Unit 2, 90 Crownfield Road, London E15 2BG

Other Info

Bus: 58, 69, 97, 158, 339 Tube: Leyton

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