Our locations

We don’t have a single building where everything happens. Instead, you’ll find us gathering at a number of Connecting_Places, including our Hub and Coffee House.

Download a map of our places

Mayfield School

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 usually space in the school car park, or we're just a 12-15 minute walk from either Goodmayes or Chadwell Heath station via TfL Rail.

We typically finish around 12:15pm and we’d love for you to stick around and chat afterwards.

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. We are now a strategic partner with the Barking and Dagenham council and 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.

The Hub @ Castle Point

Our busy community hub on Bennett's Castle Lane in Dagenham that offers all sorts of activities each day, including evening and weekend opportunities. Check out the latest programme and find more details.

The Corner Coffee House

A key Connecting_Place in the middle of our community in Dagenham. With trained baristas offering excellent coffee and more, this is a great place to meet and chat.

LifeLine House

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.

Our homes

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, Home Groups 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.

Place 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.

LifeLine International

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.