Church at home

For the foreseeable future, instead of meeting in our normal settings, we have moved our Sunday Services online for you to watch with friends and family at home at christchurchlondon.online.church.

Wherever you are, join us for Church at home. Every Sunday at 10am, 11am, 5pm, 7pm or 8pm.

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Covid-19 guidelines

In response to the latest advice from the Government about tackling the Covid-19 virus, we’ve made the decision to cancel our Sunday services for the foreseeable future. 

Whilst for many of us the risk of serious illness is small, we believe this is the most loving and responsible action we can take to ensure we’re protecting the most vulnerable amongst us. 

Instead of meeting in our normal settings, we will be moving our Sunday Services online for you to watch with friends and family at home at christchurchlondon.online.church. The services will be taking place each Sunday at 10am, 11am, 5pm, 7pm and 8pm, and will include worship, news and updates, prayer and a sermon. We’ll also provide some suggested activities and resources for kids and families, to help you enjoy worshipping too.

Read more on our official church guidelines on the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak.

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Pastoral support

Our Pastoral Support team are available to talk and pray with you over the phone if you are struggling with self-isolation, illness, or anything else. If you would like to talk to someone, click below to get in touch.

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STEPS

Everybody struggles with something. STEPS is a 12 week course designed to help you find freedom from unhelpful patterns of behaviour.

Our next course is still going ahead and will be run online. Introductions are on the 5th and 22nd April, and everyone is welcome.

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Work for us

We are looking for 2 Student Workers and an Executive Assistant to join our wonderful team.

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Latest talks

Catch up on our latest podcasts.

Jesus Never Changes

Andy Tilsley 22nd March 2020

As the church, how do we respond in this time of global uncertainty? In this talk from our first ever online Church at home service, Andy Tilsley leads us to reflect on the scripture in Hebrews 13, “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever,” and shares how we can stay close to God in a changing world.

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Gift Day

Tim Frisby 8th March 2020

In this talk from our 2020 Gift Day Tim looks at the advice the Apostle Paul gave regarding our attitude to money: be grateful, rather than arrogant; put your hope in God, rather than wealth; and aim to become rich in good deeds, rather than just rich. Doing that will enable us to take hold of the life that is really life.

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Growing in Generosity

David Stroud

In this talk from our 2020 Gift Day, David looks at what Psalm 1 has to teach us about living a life of generosity, and how our city and nation can be blessed as a result.

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Dear London

We love London, and we're here to stay. Watch the film we made for our 15th anniversary to find out why.

Latest series

You can listen to entire series of talks from Christ Church London.

In this series will look at the characteristics we need to cultivate, as individuals and as a church, if we are to live as a people of faith, following Jesus passionately, and longing for revival.

Fire represents passion, purity, and the power of the Spirit, and the word ‘consuming’ means ‘to completely fill one’s attention or focus.’ So ‘Consuming Fire’ symbolises the idea of having our minds, our attention, and our focus entirely consumed by passion for God, and the power of the Spirit.

We live in a context in which Christianity is no longer the dominant religion. This can pose all sorts of challenges and pressures as we seek to follow Jesus. In this series, we consider what the Bible teaches about living as a faithful presence: a community of people who follow Jesus wholeheartedly, and seek to represent him well to a world that has largely forgotten him.

Life in Twenty-First Century London is full of pressures: How can I make ends meet? What do people think of me? Am I good enough or successful enough? But such pressures aren’t unique to our day and age. Philippians is an ancient letter written by the Apostle Paul, in which he explores how to experience joy and contentment in even our hardest circumstances.

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