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.

Series

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From creation, God instilled wisdom, knowledge and understanding into the fabric of life. In this series, we’ll look at how we apply the sacred wisdom from this book in our secular age.

Jonah is called by God to deliver an important message, but runs away. In this series we look at how we can have the courage to live the lives God has planned for us, and what his message might be for us today.

How can we trust God in challenging times? The book of Ruth is the story of one woman’s remarkable faithfulness, love, and courage in the face of adversity.

Scripture is full of moments where people catch a glimpse of the Lord and fall down in awe. In this series, we look at some of these Visions of God, considering what they tell us about Him, and why that should lead us to worship.

At Christ Church London we consider ourselves to be part of a wider church family, and we love having our friends from other churches or organisations come and speak to us. Here you can find some of those talks.

Many Christians assume that the point of the gospel is that we get to spend eternity in heaven when we die. But is that really what the Bible teaches? These seminars look at what the Bible says about heaven, new creation, and life after death.

In Ephesians 6, Paul describes how we can be equipped to stand strong against trials and struggles. This series looks at the armour of God, and considers the habits and practices that will strengthen us for the Christian life.

When Jesus was asked what was the most important commandment, he replied, ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul and mind’. Worship involves every part of us. In this series, begin the year by returning to our first love, and giving our all to Him in worship.

The Bible is a complex book! For one thing, it’s more of a library than a single book. It contains 66 books, of various styles, written by many different authors over thousands of years. No wonder we often struggle to know how to understand it! These seminars explore how we can begin to think about reading the Bible.