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St Alban’s Fulham W6
In the summer of 2009, after the church had been closed for worship for more than five years, the Bishop of Kensington, with the full support of Simon Downham and Nicky Gumbel, invited Matt and Kate Hogg to plant into the church Buildings. St Alban’s reopened twelve months later as the first joint church plant launched by both St. Paul’s Hammersmith and Holy Trinity Brompton.
St Alban's History
In the late 1800’s a corrugated iron mission hunt named ‘St Alban the Martyr’ was established as a hub in the community. This tin shack was made into a permanent building establishing more than 100 years of Christian mission, service and prayer, and stands today in an area that is home to more than 10,000 people. The church was closed for six years, but with the new plant, was reopened again with a vision to see a local ‘community saturated with God’.
A youth project has started on Thursday evenings, with 12-18 year olds from the local community. They meet in the church hall for activities and also for football in the local park.
We are running morning and evening Alpha Courses, the first one of this year started with more applicants than ever before.
The community at St Albans is passionate about reaching out to the older people within the community, putting on ‘Tea for Older People and Friends’ which invites those that could feel isolated into the church, into a growing community for all ages. Also for older people is a popular classical and jazz music concert event, showcasing some of the congregation’s and community’s musical talents.
There is a thriving community of mums, dads and babies in the Tots and Toddlers group ‘The Ark’ who meet in the church Thursdays and Fridays for fun and games, tea and a time of community together.
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