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Our 4pm meeting is made up of families, teenagers, workers and seniors, with various backgrounds and life experiences. The meeting includes songs, prayer and a talk from the Bible. Tea and cake is provided from 3.30pm. After the service, refreshments and a meal are served in St Andrew’s Church.

Find out what 4pm is all about

Children and youth

Children join us for the first part of the meeting, before heading to their own groups. There is a crèche for children aged 0–2 and Sunday school groups for children aged 3–14. We have Junction, our youth group, for teenagers in school years 10–13 (ages 14–18), which meets after the service. Time at Junction includes a Bible talk, games and spending time with friends.

To ensure we offer the best possible care for the children, we have adopted the Diocese of London safeguarding policy. All our volunteers have been through the relevant screening procedures.

Upcoming talks on Sunday afternoon

3 March 2024

Judges 6-7
Strength in weakness

Aneirin Glyn

10 March 2024

Judges 8-9
A faithless ruler

Aneirin Glyn

17 March 2024

Judges 10-12
Foolish words

Aneirin Glyn

24 March 2024

Judges 13-16
Samson's strength

Matthew Le Croissette

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Recent Sunday afternoon talks

Sunday 25 February 2024

Sunday 18 February 2024

Sunday 11 February 2024

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Latest Sunday afternoon talk

Sunday 25 February 2024

Judges 4:1-5:31    Faithful women

Midweek

A wide range of people come along to the 4pm Sunday service—those with questions about Jesus, those who are just starting out in following him, together with those who have been Christians for years.

Wherever you fit, if you are thinking of settling at the 4pm we would love you to join us on Tuesday evenings as we study the Bible together. Some of our groups are looking at John's eye-witness account of Jesus’ life and others at Paul's letter to the Romans. Our Bible study groups are called Read, Mark, Learn (RML) and seek to explore God’s word as we grow in faith together.

Midweek - Upcoming studies