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The Apostolic Church ANC

Welcome to the All Nations Centre Kennington

a vibrant spirit filled church, committed to prayer, praise and people.


Passion For Praise

Passion For Praise

Psalm 100 says we should ‘ make a joyful noise unto the Lord’.

Every service at ANC is a joyous celebration of God’s grace and mercy upon our lives.

Passion For Prayer

Passion for prayer

As a church and part of the body of Christ we believe in the power of prayer and we have several opportunities during the week for you to join and experience breakthrough in your life.

Passion for People

Passion for People

The church is not a building.
It is the people and all “All Nations’ Centre” projects seek to serve the people who attend the church as well as those in the wider community.


Have you heard the news? We’re on social media!

Yes it’s official ANC has a new Facebook page. So if you would like to get involved and find out you can help the church be more sociable keep reading!

Do you know what’s happening this month?

Our monthly information booklet lets you know absolutely everything  that is happening at ANC. It also includes a monthly Bible reading plan which helps you to read the Bible over the course of the year. Download it today!

How are you celebrating Easter?

Easter is the perfect time to preach the gospel. It is a time to remind yourselves and others that Jesus Christ the Son of God paid the price for our sins. So come and join us, bring your family and your friends as we celebrate the good news!

How the GLA family came together to celebrate Easter

On Wednesday 10th April the GLA ( Greater London Authority) met for a joint Easter celebration. It was a well attended event with various representatives from the London Christian Police,  The London Ambulance, The Fire Brigade and Transport for London and many others.

How  can we stand together and fight knife crime?

On the 6th April churches, families and friends from across the country stood together at Trafalgar Square, London to remember the young people who have been lost to knife crime. Read more about the day and how we can help make sure they did not die in vain.



Sunday Church Service Times

9:15am | Morning Prayer Meeting10:00am - 12:00pm | Worship Service12:30pm | Afternoon Prayer Meeting1:00pm - 3:00pm | Worship Service

1st Sunday of the month
Communion Service | 10.00am

2nd Sunday of the month
Dedication of Babies | 1.00pm

3rd Sunday of the month
Communion Service | 1.00pm

All are welcome to attend our church. On Sundays, prayer meetings starts at 9:15 am and our main meetings start at 10:00 am. Opening the service with a time of praise and worship followed by announcements, a special welcome to all newcomers, an opportunity to give tithes and offerings* and ends with the preaching of the Word.

*Giving is completely voluntary and you are under no obligation to bring an offering or tithe as a visitor. Read more about our beliefs & offerings.

The second service starts with prayer meeting at 12:30 pm followed by the main session at 1:00 pm. This also involves a time of praise and worship and preaching of the Word.

Our meetings normally last two hours, however, on special occasions the time may be extended.


We cater for those with disabilities. Although our main hall is easily accessible, you may notify one of our many friendly stewards if you require any further assistance.

We also have disabled facilities located next to the ladies toilet, accessible from the main entrance hallway.

Prayer Time

During the main meetings there may be an opportunity to go forward for prayer for specific areas of need.

Please feel free to go up or speak to a steward after the meeting if you require further assistance.


If it is your first time you are most welcome to proceed to the hospitality area to the right of the stage through the open doors where you will be greeted by the hospitality team.

Otherwise we always have hot beverages provided just outside the kitchen.

Cell churches and prayer meetings are held in various locations across the city, on Thursdays and Fridays unless stated otherwise. You may also find out about other upcoming events and recurring activities on our events calendar.

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ANC Youth

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