Our church stands in the middle of the parish of Seven Kings, Ilford, and has served the local area for over 100 years. We hope you will find something of interest on our website and we look forward to you joining with us.
We are open for Sunday Services.
For more information, please go to Services.
Sorry, we are not open for weekday prayers.
You are welcome to view our recorded services of Holy Communion.
See sub-page Videos
Social Events: See Calendar
For Hall Bookings: Please view Church Centre.
Loving God, at this
time of crisis when
so many are suffering we pray
for our nation and our world. Give
our leaders wisdom, our
Health Service strength, our people
us through these parched and difficult days to the
fresh springs of joy and comfort that
we find in Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen
Prayer for the Nation
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York are inviting the nation to join
them in prayer every evening at 6.00 pm amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Archbishops Justin Welby and Stephen Cottrell are encouraging people of
all backgrounds to set aside time each day for prayer – if possible
stopping wherever they are at 6.00 pm each evening.
It follows their call last week for people to pause, ‘reflect on the
enormity of this pandemic’ and pray for the nation and all those
affected. More than 100,000 people have died within 28 days of a positive
In a letter to the nation at the end of January, the Archbishops wrote:
"We encourage everyone who is feeling scared, or lost or isolated to
cast their fears on God. We also know that poorer communities, minority
ethnic communities and those living with disabilities have been afflicted
disproportionately and cry out for the healing of these inequalities.”
They added: “One thing we can all do is pray. We hope it is some
consolation to know that the church prays for the life of our nation every
day. Whether you’re someone of faith, or not, we invite you to call on
God in prayer.
“....... we invite you to set aside time every evening to
pray, particularly at 6.00 pm each day. More than ever, this is a time
when we need to love each other. Prayer is an expression of love.”
as we remember before you the thousands who have died,
surround us and all who mourn with your strong compassion.
Be gentle with us in our grief,
protect us from despair,
and give us grace to persevere
and face the future with hope
in Jesus Christ our risen Lord.
Lord Jesus Christ,
in these dark and difficult
days, we turn our hearts to you.
In ages past, you have
delivered our nation from disaster.
Do it again, we pray.
Give wisdom beyond human
wisdom to our leaders,
Give strength beyond human
strength to the NHS and all our frontline workers.
Give comfort beyond human
comfort to the elderly and all who grieve. Amen.