Welcome

The All Nations’ Centre is a church which seeks to reach out into the community in practical and caring ways. Therefore there are many departments that help carry out these tasks and ensure its smooth operations. 

We offer a huge range of different activities for both young and old. All are aimed at building community, strengthening family relationships and meeting the needs of the whole man holistically - in body, soul and spirit. Our aim is to help everyone become all that God wants them to be.

Service Times


Sunday

09.15am | Prayer Meeting
10.00am - 12.00pm | Worship Service
12.30pm | Prayer Meeting
01.00pm - 12.00pm | Worship Service


1st Sunday of the month

Communion Service (10.00am service)


2nd Sunday of the month

Dedication of Babies (10.00am service)


3rd Sunday of the month

Communion Service (1.00pm service)

 

About Us


Our beliefs

About All Nations Centre

What do people at The All Nations' Centre believe? Our main beliefs are:-

  • The Unity of the Godhead and the Trinity of the persons therein.
  • The utter depravity of human nature, the necessity of Repentance and Regeneration and the Eternal Doom of the finally impenitent.
  • The Virgin Birth, Sinless Life, Atoning Death, Resurrection, Ascention and Abiding Intercession of Our Lord Jesus Christ; His second coming and Millennial Reign upon earth.
  • Justification and Sanctification of the Believer through the finished work of Christ.
  • The Baptism of the Holy Ghost for believers with signs following.
  • The Nine Gifts of the Holy Ghost for edification, exhortation and comfort of the church, which is the body of Christ.
  • The Sacraments of Baptism by immersion and of the Lord's Supper.
  • The Divine Inspiration and Authority of the Holy Scriptures.
  • Church Government by Apostles, Prophets, Evangelists, Pastors, Teachers, Elders and Deacons.
  • The possibility of falling from Grace.
  • The obligatory nature of Tithes and Offerings.

Our management

The All Nations' Centre is managed by a leadership team consisting of two Apostles, six Pastors, one Prophet and seven Elders.

This team is assisted by several deacons, deaconesses, various departmental leaders and stewards. The leadership team is accountable to the London Region Leadership Team and ultimately, to the National Leadership Team of The Apostolic Church UK.

Apostolic church

All Nations Centre is part of The Apostolic Church, a Pentecostal and evangelical denomination founded in 1916 as a result of the 1904 Welsh Revival. There are now 110 apostolic churches in the UK and many affiliated churches.  The Apostolic Church works in more than 40 countries around the world.

The Apostlic Church is a member of the Evangelical Alliance.

 

Upcoming Events


KOV - Saturday 24th June 2017 - @11:30am – 1:30pm

Who Is KOV?
KOV is a non-political umbrella group bringing together local community organisations, businesses and residents, in the North Lambeth area. At present the key objective is completing community consultations on a draft Neighbourhood Plan and working towards its adoption by a local referendum. In 2015, they were designated as a Neighbourhood Plan Forum with the community right to develop a statutory Neighbourhood Plan. 

Please visit www.kovforum.org.uk for more information. Anyone living or working in the area can join KOV.

Over the next 10 years at least £15million is expected to come from developers earmarked for the community to spend in our area on local projects. KOV has carried out a survey in our Neighbourhood Plan Area and over 600 local people have already shared their views on community project priorities and objectives for the Neighbourhood Plan.

What is a Neighbourhood Development Plan?
Neighbourhood planning is a right for communities introduced through the Localism Act 2011. Communities can shape development in their areas through the production of Neighbourhood Development Plans. Neighbourhood Development Plans become part of the Local Plan and the policies contained within them are then used in the determination of planning applications. Neighbourhood Plan policies cannot block development that is already an adopted part of the Local Plan. It can shape development, designate sites, protect local green spaces, support local employment and address many more planning matters in greater detail than it is possible for a Local Plan and the London Plan. 

 

Survey results to date and draft on the Neighbourhood Plans and projects will be presented on 24th June and we would like to invite you to drop in to help shape and detail meaningful planning policies for our Neighbourhood.  There will be opportunities for you to grade the proposals and give your opinion. Every persons view is valued.

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Prayer Focus

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Leadership Academy

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