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Hi and welcome to Kingdom Faith Church London!

We’re a vibrant family church in the heart of London. Come and join us!

We are Christians from all different cultures and backgrounds with one thing in common - we love Jesus Christ! Our desire is to know God more and to help others discover how amazing He is!

Latest message: Your great grace - Nathan Bell 11/03/2018

Whether you’re new to Jesus, new to Church or just visting you are very welcome at Kingdom Faith Church London...we hope you feel at home!

There is plenty of free weekend parking all around the venue and Holborn and Temple Tube stations are just 5 mins walk away. Come wearing whatever you feel comfortable in for Church - smart or casual and if you have any questions we’d love to chat to you, so head to the Connect point, or ask anyone wearing a Connect badge, who will be delighted to help you and show you around. We’re looking forward to getting to know you!

Sundays

Join us on Sunday mornings from 11:00am at The Saw Swee Hock Centre (Floor 1), Sheffield Street, London

We’re a vibrant Church in the heart of London that is growing in the love of Jesus! A Church family that believes in taking the love of God into the community in practical, real and tangible ways. A Church that is a place where people can come together to meet with God! A place for everyone from everywhere!

Come and join us on Sundays at 11am. We’re looking forward to meeting you!

“It thrills us to see God equipping, raising up and releasing people right across the generations. We love that we get to join in with what God is doing every week!”

Jonathan & Helena Croft
Pastors, Kingdom Faith Church London

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Church isn’t somewhere we go - it’s who we are!

Small Groups are the relational heart of the Church – it’s where people connect, share life, grow and get together midweek across London. If you want to meet new people and get plugged in, join a Small Group in your area. Click below for more information.

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Upcoming Events

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27Apr

Jonathan Diary Date

Jonathan speaking at Men's Conference, Pesaro, Italy from 27/03 to 29/03

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23May

Jonathan Diary Date

Jonathan at Kingdom Faith Israel/Leaders' Prayer Breakfast

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23May

Helena Diary Date

Helena at Kingdom Faith Israel/Leaders' Prayer Breakfast

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10Jun

Helena Diary Date

Helena speaking at St Paul's Sunday morning meeting, Worcester

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Stand in the Gates
Prayer Decree

As a Church in the heart of London we are positioned not only physically but spiritually to ‘stand’ and ‘decree’ God’s Kingdom come in our nation. We believe in the power of prayer! Join us in releasing the Word of the Lord over London and the Nation every day.

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In the Community

Find out what’s going on in and around Horsham...

Streetlight

Streetlight

A front line support project offering fresh choices

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Church Without Walls

Church without Walls

Prayer, worship and fellowship with the homeless

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Purse for the Poor

Purse for the Poor

Give into our mission to the poor in London

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freedom

Freedom is a 12 week Small Group Bible study followed by a 24 hour Freedom Encounter that is designed to help believers live in freedom every day. Being part of a Freedom Small Group is designed to help believers move forward on their journey with God.

Our next Freedom Course will be running from February-May and you can sign up online.

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Students

From evening catch ups to the Sunday Event, there’s loads to get involved with...

Kingdom Faith Church is a vibrant visionary Church and we’d love to meet you. And with food provided every Sunday after Church we’d love to feed you too!

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Nathan & Naomi Bell

Nathan & Naomi Bell
Student Leaders

going deeper ...to go further

Throughout 2018 we’re reading 3 chapters of the Bible every day; one from the New Testament, one from the Old Testament and one from the Psalms.

As we read through the New Testament let’s fix our eyes on Jesus and be built up in our faith in Him. As we journey through the Old Testament we’re reading God’s story of redemption and unfailing love. Through the Psalms we get a glimpse of God’s greatness and majesty - it’s the perfect place to pause, reflect and worship, as we turn everything going on around us into praise.

  • ROM 7 Romans 7
  • NUM 19 Numbers 19
  • PSA 109 Psalm 109
  • Free from religious law1I speak to you as my brothers and as those who know the religious law. You are aware that the law only has authority over a person while he is alive. When he has died it is of absolutely no relevance to him.2For example, a woman remains married to her husband as long as he lives; but if he dies her marriage also ends according to the law. She is free to marry again, if she so desires, without being guilty of adultery.3Whereas if she were to enter into another relationship while her husband was alive then she would be an adulteress.4So, my brothers, understand that it was only possible for you to become a living member of Christ's body because you had died to the law first. You cannot be 'married' to both the law and Christ. It is clear that you live in Christ Jesus, He who was raised from the dead, so that now you might live a life that fulfils God's purpose for you, not simply obeying a set of religious laws. When you died with Christ you died to the religious law; now you are united with Him in His risen life.5In the past, when you were under the control of your flesh, your natural inclination was to sin and to break God's law. In fact, whatever the law says you are not to do aroused in you a perverse desire to do those very things. Consequently, you used your body in sinful ways that only led to spiritual death.6Yet the situation is now completely different. Because you have died with Christ, you are free from the sinful passions that once put you into bondage. You have been liberated from the very idea that you can please God by trying to obey a set of religious rules and regulations. You understand now that the only way you can serve God and please Him is by walking in the new way, led by the Holy Spirit. This is such a better way of life that it is pointless to return to your former way of trying to please God in ways that you failed to keep anyway!7There is no need to suggest that the law itself is sinful. That is out of the question. The law actually taught you what pleased God and what was sinful. How did I know it was wrong to covet other people's possessions? Only because under the law God said, 'Do not covet.'8Despite knowing that this is His command, I was still filled with longing for what others had. Knowing this was wrong caused an even greater desire for what I wanted for myself. I would not have been so guilty if I was ignorant that it was wrong to covet.9You see, when you know that a particular action is wrong and you still do it, then you sin knowingly and deliberately. The law made me even more guilty because I knew I was going against God's will when I sinned.10All these commands brought death, not life, because I could not obey them all! God intended the law for my good, but instead of bringing me life it produced death in me because I sinned by failing to obey all that He had commanded.11In those days I was so deceived, for although I failed again and again to obey God's laws, I thought I was still serving Him, and did not appreciate that really I was spiritually dead because of all my disobedience.12The law in itself is good, for it was given us by a holy God. All His commands are holy, right and good.13Did those commands create this death in me? Certainly not, for God has no desire to do such a thing. He had to show me that I had no power in myself to please Him. Even though what He commanded me to do was good, my sinful nature caused me to make wrong, sinful choices, which only goes to show how completely sinful I was, despite all my religious fervour.Paul's former sinful life14The law was not the problem; the fault was entirely mine. The law itself is spiritual because it is given by God. I came to realise that in my natural state I am unspiritual, a slave to sin and disobedience.15In fact, I often did not understand myself or why I made these wrong decisions. I wanted to please God, but ended up doing the very opposite, even though I hated the idea of being a sinner in His sight.16Even though I disobeyed the law, I have to admit that it is good and was given by God for my welfare.17-18The problem is this principle of sin that lived in me. I felt under its control and knew that nothing good lived in me, that is in my natural being.19For even though I wanted to do what is right, I was powerless to obey. I ended up doing the very thing I was determined not to do. I kept on sinning and doing what was evil in God's eyes.20To sin persistently in this way demonstrated that I was motivated by the sinful disposition that lived in me. It seemed I was out of control!21So this is the law that was at work in me: whenever I wanted to do what is good and right, evil was ready to work in me.22-23I could have God's law in my heart, but another law was seemingly in charge, urging me to sinful action. I felt there was a kind of war going on within me, a battle that I was constantly losing because I was a prisoner of the law of sin that urged me to use my body in sinful ways.24What a dilemma! What a mess! Can you see how wretched I felt about myself? Was there anyone who could save me from this terrible predicament?25Yes, thank God! And His name is Jesus Christ our Lord!26So in my heart and mind I considered myself a slave of God's law because I wanted to please Him, yet this principle of sin made me a slave of sin.
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  • 1The LORD said to Moses and Aaron:2"This is a requirement of the law that the LORD has commanded: Tell the Israelites to bring you a red heifer without defect or blemish and that has never been under a yoke.3Give it to Eleazar the priest; it is to be taken outside the camp and slaughtered in his presence.4Then Eleazar the priest is to take some of its blood on his finger and sprinkle it seven times toward the front of the Tent of Meeting.5While he watches, the heifer is to be burned-its hide, flesh, blood and offal.6The priest is to take some cedar wood, hyssop and scarlet wool and throw them onto the burning heifer.7After that, the priest must wash his clothes and bathe himself with water. He may then come into the camp, but he will be ceremonially unclean till evening.8The man who burns it must also wash his clothes and bathe with water, and he too will be unclean till evening.9"A man who is clean shall gather up the ashes of the heifer and put them in a ceremonially clean place outside the camp. They shall be kept by the Israelite community for use in the water of cleansing; it is for purification from sin.10The man who gathers up the ashes of the heifer must also wash his clothes, and he too will be unclean till evening. This will be a lasting ordinance both for the Israelites and for the aliens living among them.11"Whoever touches the dead body of anyone will be unclean for seven days.12He must purify himself with the water on the third day and on the seventh day; then he will be clean. But if he does not purify himself on the third and seventh days, he will not be clean.13Whoever touches the dead body of anyone and fails to purify himself defiles the LORD's tabernacle. That person must be cut off from Israel. Because the water of cleansing has not been sprinkled on him, he is unclean; his uncleanness remains on him.14"This is the law that applies when a person dies in a tent: Anyone who enters the tent and anyone who is in it will be unclean for seven days,15and every open container without a lid fastened on it will be unclean.16"Anyone out in the open who touches someone who has been killed with a sword or someone who has died a natural death, or anyone who touches a human bone or a grave, will be unclean for seven days.17"For the unclean person, put some ashes from the burned purification offering into a jar and pour fresh water over them.18Then a man who is ceremonially clean is to take some hyssop, dip it in the water and sprinkle the tent and all the furnishings and the people who were there. He must also sprinkle anyone who has touched a human bone or a grave or someone who has been killed or someone who has died a natural death.19The man who is clean is to sprinkle the unclean person on the third and seventh days, and on the seventh day he is to purify him. The person being cleansed must wash his clothes and bathe with water, and that evening he will be clean.20But if a person who is unclean does not purify himself, he must be cut off from the community, because he has defiled the sanctuary of the LORD. The water of cleansing has not been sprinkled on him, and he is unclean.21This is a lasting ordinance for them. "The man who sprinkles the water of cleansing must also wash his clothes, and anyone who touches the water of cleansing will be unclean till evening.22Anything that an unclean person touches becomes unclean, and anyone who touches it becomes unclean till evening."
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  • For the director of music. Of David. A psalm.1My God, whom I praise, do not remain silent,2for people who are wicked and deceitful have opened their mouths against me; they have spoken against me with lying tongues.3With words of hatred they surround me; they attack me without cause.4In return for my friendship they accuse me, but I am a man of prayer.5They repay me evil for good, and hatred for my friendship. 6Appoint someone evil to oppose my enemy; let an accuser stand at his right hand.7When he is tried, let him be found guilty, and may his prayers condemn him.8May his days be few; may another take his place of leadership.9May his children be fatherless and his wife a widow.10May his children be wandering beggars; may they be driven from their ruined homes.11May a creditor seize all he has; may strangers plunder the fruits of his labor.12May no one extend kindness to him or take pity on his fatherless children.13May his descendants be cut off, their names blotted out from the next generation.14May the iniquity of his fathers be remembered before the Lord; may the sin of his mother never be blotted out.15May their sins always remain before the Lord, that he may blot out their name from the earth. 16For he never thought of doing a kindness, but hounded to death the poor and the needy and the brokenhearted.17He loved to pronounce a curse— may it come back on him.He found no pleasure in blessing— may it be far from him.18He wore cursing as his garment; it entered into his body like water, into his bones like oil.19May it be like a cloak wrapped about him, like a belt tied forever around him.20May this be the Lord’s payment to my accusers, to those who speak evil of me. 21But you, Sovereign Lord, help me for your name’s sake; out of the goodness of your love, deliver me.22For I am poor and needy, and my heart is wounded within me.23I fade away like an evening shadow; I am shaken off like a locust.24My knees give way from fasting; my body is thin and gaunt.25I am an object of scorn to my accusers; when they see me, they shake their heads. 26Help me, Lord my God; save me according to your unfailing love.27Let them know that it is your hand, that you, Lord, have done it.28While they curse, may you bless; may those who attack me be put to shame, but may your servant rejoice.29May my accusers be clothed with disgrace and wrapped in shame as in a cloak. 30With my mouth I will greatly extol the Lord; in the great throng of worshipers I will praise him.31For he stands at the right hand of the needy, to save their lives from those who would condemn them.
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  • S.O.A.P.

    In order to go further in the mission God has given us, He said we need to go deeper in our relationship with Him. As with any tree or plant, the fruit is determined by the health and depth of the root. One way we have been going deeper is by reading and journaling through the Word every day. We’ve called it S.O.A.P.

    [S]cripture - Read the Word
    [O]bservation - Write down what God is saying/showing you
    [A]pplication - How do we apply this in our lives?
    [P]rayer - Pray through and over your life

    As we read the Word (Scripture), listen to the Holy Spirit (Observation), discover how to apply that to our lives (Application) and pray these things over our lives and those in the Church (Prayer) we’re going deeper in our relationship with God so that we can go further in the mission He’s given us.

    Throughout the rest of the year we’ll be continuing our Bible Reading Plan to press deeper into God so that we can go further in His purposes. Get yourself a Bible, a journal and a pen and SOAP your way through the scriptures!

    You can see which chapters we’re reading today above this section.

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