Welcome! We are Southcroft Church, a lively international church in South West London with a passion to see the love and power of Jesus impact our community, London and the nations!
We are followers of Jesus, inspired by his example in loving God, loving one another and loving our community. We meet on Sundays at 11am for family worship and Jesus-centred Bible teaching followed by a free lunch together.
Our services are informal, engaging and accessible to all ages. Children are a big part of all we do at Southcroft and are often involved in our worship time before attending their own group during the talk.
Have a look around our website and get to know us, but we'd love to meet you in person this Sunday
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Living lives centred on Jesus
We are a friendly, vibrant and diverse community of Christians based in Streatham and the surrounding area. We are committed to God’s son Jesus Christ and to his mission in the world both locally and in the nations (Matt 28:16-20).
As a community we seek to be an authentic expression of God’s love in word and deed. We are a relational church because we have a relational God – Father, Son and Holy Spirit – in loving relationship with us. We are part of Ichthus Christian Fellowship, a network of churches across London and beyond. Ichthus is a member of the Evangelical Alliance, and we subscribe to the alliance's basis of faith.
Southcroft is a great place to grow and deepen your relationship with Jesus alongside other Servant hearted Christ followers who are ‘Loving Jesus and loving people’ (Luke 10:27). We hope you will join us and get stuck in to God’s mission with us and experience being a part of God’s loving family.
Phil and Hayley Tate
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It’s so good to be together this morning - and we’re excited to have @ichthuscf leader Roger Forster sharing with us today.
Chris is sharing a challenge with us today on 1 John v.9-10 - ‘holy people require holy characteristics’ - are we l… https://t.co/FkQp1jrvFq
It’s so important that we share communion together and remind ourselves what Jesus did for us all on the cross.