What if I want to get involved? How do I find out more?

What kind of people get involved with Antioch?

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People of many ages, many different churches, many different jobs, from many different countries.

We are from Austria, Australia , Belgium, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, England, Fiji, France, Germany, Holland, Italy, India, Ireland, Lebanon, Malaysia, Mexico, Nigeria, New Zealand, the Philippines, Portugal, Poland, Spain, Sri Lanka and the USA.

What do we do? We are teachers, stay-at-home mums, nurses, undertakers, senior managers, accountants, physiotherapists, librarians, IT managers, bakers, musicians, students, landscape gardeners, office managers, web editors, writers, youth-workers and civil servants. And some of us are retired.

I've read your website, I want to know more.

Then come to one of our monthly Antioch Friends meetings - they are aimed at those who are not yet members. Check the calendar. Then let us know you're coming (drop us a line) and we'll look out for you, to welcome you.

If you'd like a colour booklet giving more information about our life, send us your name and postal address in an email.

We run Alpha courses - a first look at the claims of Jesus Christ, and the sessions are aimed at those who have questions about who Jesus is and why he came among us. And you get a nice meal too!

Contact Trevor Perry for more details.

We run Life in the Spirit Seminarsto get a bit deeper into the faith, and these are suitable for those who are already,or have been, churchgoers.

Contact Ros Yates for more information.

We run Intro to Antioch days, a couple of times a year, when there are enough to attend. Come to one of our Sunday meetings to find out about these.

There is no commitment, but if you're interested, you can move onto the next stage, which is teaching about our way of life in a group with others who are attracted to what God is doing among us.

If Antioch is a community and not a church, do we go to other churches?

Various ones of us worship at the Luther Tyndale Memorial Church, Christ Church Turnham Green, St Dunstan's East Acton, Our Lady Of Lourdes Acton, St Botolph Antiochian Orthodox Church, St Gabriel's Church North Acton, Acton Green Church, St Charles Borromeo, Ogle Street, and many more churches.

Even though there are differences in how these churches worship, the members of Antioch are "committed to the unity of the body of Christ."

Feel free to come and see what we mean by that.