The Servants of Christ the King

Loving God - Loving our Community

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We're a lively, active, passionate church community based in the South West of London. 
We live to follow Jesus, to do what he told us to do: 
In a nutshell, to love God and to love our neighbour. 

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  That's always our duty and joy in every circumstance, but things are a little different right now with our community, our country and the whole world affected by measures taken to slow the spread of Covid-19.

  We currently live and serve scattered across our town - we're meeting together for Sunday gatherings and other events in reduced numbers and with safety measures in place, so we're having to work at ways of living as a community of faith scattered across a town that God loves and that God wants us to serve. 

  Our Sunday Services, an opportunity to gather to think, pray, celebrate and encourage, now take place at 10am each Sunday in person and shared via Zoom and YouTube. We continue to mask and give each other space, and keep windows open for ventilation - you can just turn up for the service, or book by contacting our church office to give us a better idea of numbers. 

  We remain connected by God's powerful Spirit and stay in touch in many ways - by phone, email, online via Zoom, through friendships, small groups and on our Facebook Page here: CSK London - Facebook 

If you want to learn more about us:-

Follow this link to get connected:Connected


Follow this link to all our recorded services:Wholehearted

  Follow this link to learn about what we think and how we want to live:centred around Jesus

  Follow this link to learn more about how we work to ensure a safe and loving community:
Safeguarding our community

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