Christ Church Bromley

Church in Bromley (Greater London)

Christ Church Bromley

Main Meetings:

Sunday: 10.30 am7.00 pm

Denomination:

Anglican

Hymns & songs:

Hymns for Today's Church, Mission Praise, Songs of Fellowship & others

Under 18s:

Climbers
Scramblers
Explorers
Pathfinders
Spectrum

18-30s:

Food & Bible study events

Local outreach & community activities:

Mums & Toddlers, Lunch Club, Seekers, Training courses - discipleship & ministry, Christianity Explored courses

Other activities & ministries:

Weekly small groups bible study & fellowship, Women's Fellowship, Crèche, Cameo Study group for women, Lunch Club, Seekers, Mums & Toddlers, Men's Bible study, Training Bible teachers

Leaders:

Revd Iain J Broomfield
Vicar

Affiliations & links:

CPAS, Evangelical Alliance, South East Gospel Partnership

Main Bible:

English Standard Version

Average Congregation:

310 adults
80 under 18s

Special needs:

User friendly, Wheelchair access, Toilets for the disabled, Hearing aid loop

Languages:

-

Office Contact:

Debbie Shepherd
Administrator

Office Address:

Highland Road
Bromley
BR1 4AA

Office Telephone:

020 8464 1898

Tel: 020 8464 1898

Fax: 020 8464 5846

Email: Click to email

Website: www.christchurchbromley.org

Meeting Venue

Christ Church Bromley
Highland Road
Bromley
Kent
BR1 4AA
England

Travel and Parking Info:

Parking on local roads (with restrictions), 10 minutes walk Shortlands Station

 

About Us:

Christ Church is an Anglican church situated just north of the centre of Bromley. The membership of around 500 is drawn from a wide area, and includes people of all ages and backgrounds. The ministry of this evangelical church is founded on biblical exposition and teaching, with a strong emphasis on outreach and a long-standing commitment to work with children and young people, home and overseas mission, clear and accessible gospel preaching. The church has made itself more outsider friendly to those unfamiliar with church events and life. A major and imaginative building project involving an extension to the main church building, and a complete reordering of the main gathering area, was completed at the end of 2001.