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New building development
We’ve sometimes said of LifeLine that we’re ‘Not so much a building, more a way of life’. This is still true. We are more concerned with the Kingdom values of loving God, loving one another and being a demonstration of what God is like in our communities.
But a number of years ago God spoke to us about His provision of a building for us to use as we serve Him. The development of the buildings at Andrews Corner is the outworking of this word. This is an unfolding story, and we’re walking closely with God as He leads us.
London Boroughs of Barking & Dagenham and Redbridge
Our ‘parish’ stretches across these East London authorities, where we have consistently served local communities for more than 40 years. Through LifeLine Community Resources we partner with the Barking and Dagenham council and are actively engaged with the people and programmes that are shaping where we live. The nearest train stations are Goodmayes and Chadwell Heath. Check out our map at the top for more info.
We meet here for services every Sunday – you’ll find us in the main hall, starting at 10.25am, where you’ll be greeted by our welcome team.
There’s space to park in the car park, or we’re just a 12-15 minute walk from Chadwell Heath station via TfL Rail.
We’d love for you to stick around for a coffee and chat afterwards.
Castle Point on Bennett’s Castle Lane in Dagenham offers all sorts of activities each day, but the focus is on building connection with and between people in our community. Check out the latest programme and find more details.
Located in Dagenham, this is the administrative centre for LifeLine Church. It also serves as home to LifeLine Projects, FaithAction, Community Resources, and LifeLine International.
The practice of opening our homes and sharing life together is still essential to the message that God has given us to share. Each week, friends meet to share life and hear from God. On Sunday mornings after the meeting, there is also an opportunity to share coffee with others in a local home. Do join us on a Sunday morning after the meeting to meet people from our church community.
Places of influence
God has given us a calling and a grace to shape and change things. It starts in our own lives, but we often see this moving into a strategic level, challenging policy and systems, both locally and nationally, through the work of both individuals from the church, as well as our projects, networks and members.
The relationships formed with church leaders overseas over many years have helped forge who we are and we continue to place a high value on them. This collective of churches and grassroots organisations is known as LifeLine International.