Hello and welcome to our church website – we’re glad you stopped by. Here you’ll find more information about our beliefs, why we do what we do and where we’re based. So wherever you’re at in your journey with Jesus Christ, whether you know Him intimately or only know of Him because of Christmas and Easter, we’d like to help you get closer to God.
We have one main service on a Sunday afternoon from 2PM – 4:30PM. To make sure everyone gets the most out of the service, we hold adult teaching from 2PM – 2:50PM (and Sunday School for ages 4 – 17 from 2PM – 2:50PM). After that, there’s a short break where we meet-and-greet new and familiar faces and then worship begins at 3pm followed by the rest of the service, which includes preaching and a dedicated time for individual prayer.
For various reasons, people think that God won’t love them because they’re not ‘enough’ or they’ve made mistakes in life. We’re here to tell you that God loves you and wants to connect with you on a deeper level. To do that, you must first repent of your sins and believe that He sent his Son, Jesus Christ, to die for your sins and make you righteous (brand new).
We can take you through a repentance prayer when you visit.
We want to see more people baptized in the name of Jesus, but only you can make the decision as to when you want to take that step.
It’s also important to know that we believe in water baptism – which isn’t to be confused with sprinkling water on a child – when a person has made a conscious decision to be baptized. While it’s a physical act of being fully (and carefully) submerged in water, the spiritual act has great significance; God wipes the slate clean and sees you as a new.
We’re so glad you want to visit us. You’ll find all the information you need below.
If you’re travelling by car, enter this postcode into your SatNav: W12 9LN.
If you’re travelling by tube, the nearest tube stations are Stamford Brook, Turnham Green, and Acton Central (overground). You can also reach us by bus from Shepherds Bush (207, 260, 273 283 and 94).
There’s free parking on Cobbold road and surrounding roads.
We have a ‘come as you are’ policy so dress however you feel comfortable. You’ll see some dressed up and others more casual, but you’re under no obligation to dress a particular way.
Yes. We have a ramp for wheelchair users and disabled toilets.
Was made to feel welcome when I visited, the church has a great community feel.
Invited by a friend and really had a great time, the service was filled with music and a great word.
God has really blessed this ministry. I visited this church under the recommendation of a friend and was blessed by the service.
I was able to get all the help I needed and would love to make this church my permanent place of worship.