Christ Church is currently in a ‘visioning process’: we are trying to discern what God’s vision for our church is. All those who live in the parish or worship with us are warmly invited to be part of this process.
On Sundays we come together to meet Christ in Word (the Bible), Sacrament (Holy Communion) and in each other; to receive strength and support from God and from one another so that we can go back into the world ready to live our daily lives more openly and lovingly, sharing the good news of Christ in our words and through our lives, serving God and our neighbours in this part of South London and beyond.
8 a.m. – Eucharist (1st Sunday of the month only)
9.30 a.m. – Pilgrim Eucharist (1st Sunday of the month): our usual 9.30 and 11.30 congregations come together for this more informal Eucharist with a mix of modern and traditional hymns and songs. No crèche at Pilgrim Eucharist because it is hoped that children will join in with the service.
9.30a.m. -- Sung Eucharist (all other Sundays) – Supervised Toddler (under 4s) in Church Hall at Sung Eucharist on 2nd and 4th Sunday.
11.30 a.m. – All Age Service (2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays of the month) / Messy Church (3rd Sunday of the month) – All Age is a short informal service, with no supervised Toddler Play Area because young babies and toddlers are welcome to join in! Messy Church takes place in the Hall
6 p.m. – Evening Prayer
9.10 a.m. – Toddler Service (15 mins service for toddlers and accompanying adults). During termtime only.
Congratulations on your engagement! We are delighted that you are thinking of getting married in church.
People chose a church wedding for a whole range of reasons, perhaps because of tradition or the attractive building. However the most important reason for getting married in church is that you will be making your wedding vows in the sight of God and asking God to be part of the whole of your married life together.
To discuss your plans and book a date to come to the church on the first Saturday morning of the month between 9-30am and 11am.
Baptism: A very important step
Perhaps you have recently had a baby and you are thinking of having him or her baptised. Congratulations! The birth of a baby is a good reason to think about the mystery of life and about what you want for your children.
Maybe your children are a little older and are beginning to ask questions about God and Jesus. Or perhaps you are thinking of being baptised yourself. Whatever your reason for thinking about Baptism you are very welcome at Christ Church.
We use non alcoholic wine at our Eucharist services. This wine complies with the relevant Canons and is proper communion wine, but it does not contain any alcohol. This decision was made, because as a parish we find it important to be an inclusive church.