Caterham Methodist Church is situated on a main road, in a residential area with several housing developments nearby. It is a multi-purpose building. The church is small, with a mainly elderly congregation, but on most Sundays we have a small number of children worshipping with us. It was established in the early 20th Century as a base for non-Conformist soldiers at the Caterham Barracks. (Those are now closed – and converted into a residential area called “The Village”). First to be built were the “rest rooms” for the soldiers, followed by a traditional non-Conformist chapel. The building became an ordinary Methodist Church many years ago, and underwent a significant re-casting in the 1990s. The “rest rooms” are now on a Lease to Saturn V Gymnastics club, who do important work with people with learning difficulties. The “Church” became a multi-purpose space, which is very well used throughout the week. Our worship follows a mainly traditional style, but we have a mix of traditional and new hymns. The first part of the service is geared to the young members of our congregation, with a suitable song, and talk or activity that caters for them. From time to time we hold an […]
As part of the Church of God of Prophecy UK, Jubilee Christian Centre (JCC) fellowship we are a vibrant, spirit led, Pentecostal church that represent an expression of God’s Church here in the City of Wolverhampton, West Midlands, UK. We are all committed to bringing the message of Freedom, Hope and Salvation to the community we serve, it’s our mandate, it’s our responsibility and our greatest pleasure. The Bible, the living word of God enables JCC to be effective inside and outside of the local church, through meeting the needs of the community and sharing the ‘Good News’ of the Gospel by supporting developing new converts and nurturing the spiritual growth of our members. Whether you are a Christian or searching for answers, we invite you to come and join us in entering a life-changing experience with Jesus Christ and begin a journey of your life in your God given destiny.
The Lithuanian Christian Church in London is a charismatic Evangelical Christian community owned by the KTLCC (Kensington Temple London City Church) Churches Network, which unites about 130 churches in the United Kingdom. This network, in turn, belongs to the International Elim Pentecostal Movement (Registered Charity No. 251549), which combines 600 churches. Our main goal is to know Christ and to follow Him both personally and as a community. Our vision is Lithuanians and the world for Christ in England and Lithuania. We love and respect all people, we accept everyone, regardless of race, nationality, social or cultural status. Through the principles of schooling and cell growth, we strive to win Christ and the faith of consolidating Lithuanians and people of other nationalities living in England and Lithuania.
River Church was established in 2003 by the merger of two local churches. We are a growing church, always seeking new initiatives to spread the word of God. Our style of worship is modern, lively, and encourages intimacy with God, deepening our spiritual life and understanding of him.
Who we are? We seek to live boldly in this generation, emanating gospel light with the words we speak, the decisions we make, and the lives we live. We are confident that you will find House of Hope to be a place where you can experience God and connect with others. Whether you’re full of questions or looking for a home, exasperated, bitter, angry or hurt, lonely or lost, there’s a place for you.
Salvation Church is a member of the Elim Foursquare Gospel Alliance, an international movement which began in 1915 (www.elim.org.uk). We believe that the Gospel message is not just limited to salvation, but that all who believe should become disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ. To this end, we are a cell-based church which encourages the training and nurturing of individuals in local cell groups, as well as in the more traditional Sunday meetings.
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