Paul Unsworth is the founder of Kahaila. As well as running two cafes, which play host to community events, and operating as a new expression church, Kahaila, has also set up charity initiatives that, amongst other things, help homeless people transition into employment and provide a safe space for women who have suffered sexual exploitation. Kahaila is a mix of two Hebrew words that means life in community. In the first 18 months, Paul started three significant projects: Luminary Bakery, a bakery that creates training, community and employment opportunities for women coming out of vulnerable situations; Ella’s Home, a safe house for survivors of human trafficking; and Essence, delivering educational life skills courses for women in prisons. More recently, at the invitation of the Corporation of the City of London, they have opened a new community cafe in Aldgate and have launched a new project called BREW, barista training course to support people who have experienced homelessness moving into employment.