Ham Christian Centre

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Ham Christian Centre
51°26′2.6772″N 0°18′48.7722″W / 51.434077000°N 0.313547833°W / 51.434077000; -0.313547833Coordinates: 51°26′2.6772″N 0°18′48.7722″W / 51.434077000°N 0.313547833°W / 51.434077000; -0.313547833
Location Lock Road, Ham, Richmond TW10 7LN
Country United Kingdom
Denomination Evangelical Baptist
Weekly attendance 12
Website www.findachurch.co.uk/details/ham-greater-london/11445.htm/
History
Former name(s) Ham Free Evangelical Church
Founded 1928
Architecture
Status Church
Functional status Active
Completed 1928
Specifications
Number of floors 1
Materials brick and tile

Ham Christian Centre is an Evangelical church in Lock Road, Ham, London. It is affiliated to the London Baptist Association.[1]

History[edit]

The church was built in 1928 as the Ham Free Evangelical Church. Services ceased in 1979 but it has operated in its current form since the building was renovated in 1998 by the Duke Street Baptist Church, Richmond.[2]

Church activities[edit]

The church has a service on Sunday mornings. Prayer meetings are usually held in homes. A half-night of prayer is held in the church every month.[3] The Church Secretary is Mildred Howes.[3]

Community use[edit]

The church premises are also used by the community. Regular activities include an exercise class for new mothers.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Thames Valley District Churches". London Baptist Association. Retrieved 21 March 2013. 
  2. ^ Chave, Leonard, ed. (1 May 2000). Ham and Petersham at 2000. Ham Amenities Group / Richmond Local History Society. pp. 17, 51. ISBN 9780952209942. 
  3. ^ a b "Ham Christian Centre". Find a Church. Retrieved 21 March 2013. 
  4. ^ "Energise and Relax". Netmums. Retrieved 21 March 2013.