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We are a lively family church that welcomes people from a wide range of ages backgrounds, and cultures who have a desire to live the Christian life to the full. Forest Hill Community Church aims to be a place where people can grow and develop to reach thier full potential with God's help. We hope you will come and visit us soon.
Come and join us
We meet every Sunday morning at 10.30am in Sydenham High Senior School.
Find us in the main school hall for worship, teaching and youth and kids ministries.
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On our News page you can see what we've been up to recently, and some of what's coming up in the future.
Join us for worship on Sunday 13 January. 10:30 am, Sydenham High School, Amberley Grove, off Westwood Hill, SE26
Thank you for supporting this wonderful project. Items that are particularly needed now:
Any tinned vegetables, any tinned meat or fish, any tinned fruit, fruit juice, coffee, tea and sugar.
We are now approaching giving out 6,000 large food parcels a year.
Wednesdays, 7:45pm, Here for Good, 17 Sydenham Rd, SE26
Nigel DesboroughPastor and Team Leader
Nigel is the Pastor of Forest Hill Community Church, and has led the church for many years. Seemingly everyone in South East London knows him, which is handy.
Jenny has worked for the church for over 7 years. She focuses particularly on pastoral care, but is also involved in pioneering new initiatives such as Messy Church.
Uli is German in both origin and work ethic. She loves to be warm, to knit and to set the other staff members straight.
Luke AylwardYouth Pastor
When Luke isn't playing reckless games or hanging out with the young people, he can be found playing rugby and engaging in deep theological debates. On Facebook.
Sam works a lot with the worship team, young adults, preaching and media stuff. He is known to forget nearly everything, and to eat lunch at 10am.
Jenny Linker (a.k.a. Jennelle)XLP Worker
Jenny is spending the year working for XLP and helping to change the lives of young people in London. During that year she's on placement with us and we couldn't be more delighted.