Would you like to visit us?
We meet every Sunday at 10:30am, in Selsdon Hall (underneath Sainsbury's). We aim to finish at 12pm. Whether you're a Christian or not, you're welcome to visit Croydon Jubilee Church and we trust that you will have a refreshing time in God's presence, as you join with us.
We begin with a time of sung worship, led by a live band and we sing a range of songs; some old and some new. At roughly 11pm, we break so parents to take their children upstairs to the Centre for the Retired, where a team of DBS'd adults help children to get to know God through discussions of Bible stories and fun games. At roughly 11:15pm we come back together and a message is shared, which is usually based around a short passage of scripture.
Before we are anything, we're a family and everyone is welcome to become a part of it. We love keeping the main thing, the main thing. We love to worship God the Father, through the Son and by the power of the Holy Spirit. We seek to be a missional, worshipping, community. Not everyone who comes to Croydon Jubilee Church is a Christian and everyone is welcome, but those of us who have come to know and experience the love of God, love coming together to worship Him and to build one another up, so that we can glorify him and call others into a relationship with the living God, who loves them.
We are a community focused Church with many events happening throughout the year. Our love for God, which we celebrate together on Sunday mornings is the core of all our activities. Everything we do flows out of a desire to love God and love people and will probably have been birthed in times of prayer and worship.
We are working through the gospel of John in 2024. If you can't join in person, you can join online.
Since lockdown restrictions eased we have stopped doing a full video livestream, but if you are unable to join physically, for whatever reason, you can still listen to everything that happens in the hall, on our YouTube channel and you will see the slides that accompany all of the songs we sing and verses we read together.