Regular Services

Sung Parish Mass

11am - Every Sunday

To view a calendar of our upcoming events please click on the button below. 

What to expect...

 

Smells and Bells

Our liturgy - that's what happens during the service - at 11am is designed to help us all encounter God. There are things to stimulate all the senses with ritual to help lift your soul. We have a cracking organist and brilliant preaching too. Kids are really welcome. And we have coffee and biscuits afterwards. But if it's all a bit much, try the quieter 9am service. 

Feel free to take part as much or as little as you want

We have many visitors, some from other churches, some from other nations, some have never set foot inside a church before. Many just come to have a look. Some want to come and get stuck in straight away. 

Get to know people

Ask questions. Ask why people come, where they're from, how long they've been coming, how they became Christians and why they come to our church. 

Don't worry if your kids make noise

We love kids. Sometimes they behave - often they don't! But they're a part of the family. There's a space in the church with carpet and toys and it's warm. So relax. There's also Sunday School during term time for primary school children. 

Don't be afraid to laugh out loud

The preaching is interesting and relevant to 21st century London living. Our vicar says things that challenge us. It does us good to hear different perspectives.

Let us know if we can pray for you

We love to pray.

If you want God to heal you, or speak to your life, let us know.

If you want to learn to pray, let us know too.

Give us your feedback

We really value your comments as to how we can improve things at Christ Church. If you would like to make a suggestion there is a comments box at the bottom of this page and we would love to hear from you! 

Christ Church Streatham

Email Us

3 Christchurch Road

London

SW2 3ET

Tel: 020 8674 5723

Website created by Shiny Designs

  • Grey Facebook Icon
  • Grey Twitter Icon

© 2018 Christ Church Streatham