King's Church Catford

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King's Church London
Founded 1985
Founder Catford Baptist Church, Alleford Pentecostal Church
Type Religious
Focus Evangelical Christianity
Area served
Key people
Steve Tibbert, Phil Varley, Tristan Newman
Slogan "Serving the communities of South East London"
Registered Charity number: 1111950

King's Church London is an evangelical church based in Kings Church at Catford in London. It reaches out to communities in South East London and is involved in church planting. It has planted two churches in south east London, Beacon Church in Streatham and Emmanuel Church in Greenwich. It has also sent pastors to plant churches in Chatham and sponsored ChristChurch London. It has also done charitable work around Lewisham such as renting houses to the homeless and holding a feast for homeless people in the community.

King's is part of Newfrontiers, an international family of churches and they also run Newfrontiers churches in London. The church is run by Steve Tibbert who aims for the church to have a thousand members.[citation needed] The church is rather successful since it has six services during the day.[citation needed] It has turned into a multisite and has buildings in Downham and Lee.[citation needed]

Gavin Peacock, Sir Steve Bullock, Stephen Timms, Jim Dowd, Sybil Phoenix and Terry Virgo are visitors of King's. Sybil Phoenix is a recurring member.[citation needed]

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Coordinates: 51°26′25″N 0°01′53″W / 51.4402°N 0.0314°W / 51.4402; -0.0314