our shared building

Welcome from Simeon & Brian, Pastors of North London Congregation 

Come and join us for lively traditional and modern African music and worship held in Lingala & French with translations

You can find us at

49 Lancaster Road, Enfield, London, EN2 0BS. We meet at 1.00pm each Sunday.

How can I get in touch? 

By email on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Is your church accessible?

There is level access into the church and we have a toilet which is accessible in a wheelchair

What do I do when I arrive?

There is parking on the side roads around the church and in the car lot next door. Gordon Hill is our nearest train station. On arrival at the station, you can either turn left and walk to the church (15 mins) or cross the road and take the Number W8 bus down Lancaster Road. Oakwood, on the Piccadilly Line, is our nearest tube station. You can either take a taxi to join us or call to arrange a lift. The entrance is on the main road and we have someone on the door to welcome people. They will show you around, show you where the toilets are and will be able to answer any questions you may have. 

What should I wear? 

Whatever you feel comfortable in, smart or casual, formal or informal. Everyone is welcome just as they are.

Are there activities for my children/family at your church? 

Children are welcome at all of our activities and worship  

What are your worships like?

We share together in song, prayer, bible study, reflection, testimony and sharing together a message of the love, hope, joy and peace of Jesus Christ 

What other activities can I join in at your church? 

We and our local Enfield congregation (which we share a building with) encounter God through the sacraments of the church which touch lives at important times and places. We offer within our church building the sacraments of marriage for all people, ordination, the blessing of children, laying on of hands for the sick, evangelist blessing, baptism, confirmation, the Lords Supper (open communion) and funeral services with our ministers available to work with you to ensure this significant ministry is personal to you and your family. To engage with our wider church community please check out our events page on this website for dates for cluster worships and planned activities. These include youth camps, family camps, congregation and work weekends etc, along with the opportunity to study, learn and take part in the decision making of our church in the British Isles.




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