Welcome to Antioch
You can keep up-to-date on our current events by visiting the calendar.
You can communicate with a real person by using our contact page.
If you want to know more about joining us, check this page.
Walk with us in Christian Unity
It seems far away, but time flies, so here's advance warning!
Antioch are part of Acton Churches Together, and we invite you to walk with us up Acton High Street on Friday 14th April - Good Friday. Start at 10:30 at Acton Park, and walk up to The Mount - just outside St Mary's Church. Let's proclaim our faith in Jesus who went to the Cross to take away our sins. Now that's good news!
(The photo shows the pastors and ministers who have arranged this walk of witness.)
On this page you can find out a bit more, and see that we have Antioch Friends' Meetings, to which you are welcome.
Antioch is . . .
Antioch is an ecumenical, charismatic, covenant, Christian community based in West London. We have been united by the Lord with a common way of life and mission. We belong to the Sword of the Spirit, a world-wide 'community of communities'. For more information see the about us pages.
We now have recordings of teachings from our meetings if you have missed them, or just want to hear them again. However, talks from "Members'" meetings are in the Members' section.
Short articles by our members
We have lifted some articles from Living Bulwark written by some of our students, and reproduced them on a page of other testimonies. You can read material by Greg Potter, James Mead and Sarah Bick.
Then you can read our series of short pieces about our experience of the Christian life. The first was by Arthur Delargy, and then we got the experience of Karen Jordan, who joined us from our sister community in Mumbai. Dominic Perrem told us about his walk of faith, and continues it in Dublin, in the Community of Nazareth, and then we got Bob Bell too. Read them and be inspired!
We have an outreach to students at the London colleges called koinonia. Their pages are worth a read!
This all sounds interesting, what do I do to find out more?
Check this page with some possible "next steps."