Who we are
We are a friendly Christian 'house' church based in the village of Hersham in Surrey. We meet together to worship God and serve our community in many different ways.
Our church was founded in 1983 and has been meeting on Sundays in the Hersham Centre for the Community since it opened in 1986. Paul Hazeldine has been the church leader since 1992.
We are like a family - a small group of people who love God and one another. Each of us has come to know the Lord in a different way, but we all have a vital and personal relationship with Him, which is made possible by His Son Jesus Christ and with the help of His Holy Spirit.
You are warmly invited to join us on Sunday morning. So, if you're feeling lonely, have lots of questions about life, or are seeking God, please do come along.
When and where we meet
We meet on Sunday at 10:30am in the Hersham Centre for the Community, Queens Road, KT12 5LU.
What we believe
The new life we have comes from God who imparts His joyful strength into our weak bodies.
Jesus said "Whoever believes in me, as the Scripture has said, streams of living water will flow from within him." By this He meant the Spirit, whom those who believed in Him were later to receive. (John 7:38).
We are enthusiastic and thankful that we experience the Grace of our Lord Jesus Christ and the Love of God and the Fellowship of the Holy Spirit. Our worship and prayers fully encompass our thanks to God for all that He is doing among us and for what He teaches us through His Word and by His Spirit.
What we do
We seek to demonstrate through our daily lives that knowing God changes us and makes us more like His Son, Jesus.
Here are some of the things that we do together:
- Attend events, conferences and faith camps
- Pray for Hersham and prayer walk locally
- Arrange Alpha courses and Marriage courses
- Provide Christian counseling when needed
- Support Hersham Churches Together
- Organise social events to build deeper friendships
Working together with the other churches in Hersham, we seek to share the love of God with one another and with those who don't yet know Him. We aren't perfect yet but we're on the way (2 Corinthians 13:11 "aim for perfection").