Salvation Army Blind Working Mens Hostel

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Born in 1829 in Nottingham, UK, William Booth found his Christian faith early on in life and became an active Methodist, preaching and helping the poor in his local area. After some time working as a pawnbroker, he moved with his wife Catherine Mumford to the east of London. The two of them began working with a group of Christian businessmen who were concerned for the poor and disadvantaged in their community. In June 1865, William Booth preached to crowds outside the Blind Beggar pub; a new organisation, The Christian Mission, was born.

   022 2305 1573
   February 27, 2019
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   Men's Hostel
   Blind Working Men Hostel, 84, Shaikh Hafizuddin Marg, Jubilee Hall Compound, Madanpura, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400008

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