Helping you make your student years count for Jesus.

Christ Church Kensington helps students to make the most of London by providing an opportunity to meet together with other students and with people from different walks of life, ages and stages, cities and nations, to think about life’s biggest questions.

How did you feel about coming to study in London?
What have been the challenges to being a Christian Student in London?
What were you looking for in a church?
What helped you to settle in Christ Church?
How has Christ Church helped you live for Jesus?
What advice do you wish someone had given you before you started uni?

We’d love you to join us one week as we meet together to hear the Bible taught, to pray for our city, country and our world, and to praise God together.

6pm: Our evening congregation is particularly aimed at students and young adults. We gather from 5.30pm for tea, cakes and a chance to catch up and our service starts at 6pm. Dinner is served afterwards.

11am: Our main family congregation meets for a service that manages to be traditionally Anglican and yet accessible to all, reverent and yet relaxed, formal and yet family friendly. Students are usually invited back to someone’s house for lunch afterwards. Find out more about Sundays at Christ Church

Small Group Bible Studies: To get to know God better, and one another, we run student bible studies each week during term on Tuesday evenings. These are a great way to dig deeper into God’s word, and to help each other chew over what it means for us in practice day-to-day.

Christianity Explored: An opportunity to find out more about the heart of Christianity, or brush up on the basics of the Christian message and the claims of Jesus Christ. Find out more here.

Christian Unions: We love working together with Christian Unions in the colleges near Christ Church. Find out more here

“And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him” Colossians 3:17

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