Kintsugi Hope exists to create safe and supportive spaces for those experiencing mental and emotional health challenges.
“Kintsugi”, meaning “golden joinery”, is a Japanese technique for repairing pottery with seams of gold. This repairs the brokenness in a way that makes the object more beautiful, and even more unique than it was before. Instead of hiding the scars it makes a feature of them.
Kintsugi Hope was founded in 2017 by Chelmsford Christians Diane and Patrick Regan OBE after a series of events that took them to the brink physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
They realised how many people have felt alone in theirs and the great need for each of us to be vulnerable, open and honest when life is hard. Only when this happens can healing start to take place.
To discover more about Kintsugi Hope and its ministry, go to their website: