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While we aren’t currently able to physically meet together during the Coronavirus pandemic, we are finding new ways to worship together. Join us online on Sunday Mornings. This coming Sunday’s Service will appear below and will be available to watch at 10:30am on Sunday Morning (previous services can be viewed on our YouTube channel).

We are also recording daily lunchtime and evening reflections, the latest of which can also be viewed below.



Our vision is to be a church where we are Sharing Life, Loving Beckenham which means we are here to help you find God, grow in relationship with Him, share life with those around you and impact the town and the world beyond. Join us on Sundays at 8.00am, 10.30am or 6:30pm for our services. Our Small Groups are gatherings of 10-20 people, where we belong and share life together. We also run The Alpha Course for those enquiring about the Christian faith.

We welcome people from every walk of life, every gender, background, age and culture. You are welcome too!


Join us for our weekly 8am Service of Holy Communion. On the first Sunday of each month this service takes a slightly more traditional format and is followed by coffee and croissants.

Our 10:30am services are accessible for people of all ages. Groups for children and young people run during this service except for on the first Sunday of each month which is an All Age Service. Holy Communion is celebrated on the third Sunday of the month. Please stay for refreshments afterwards.

Our 6:30pm services offer a blend of traditional and contemporary worship with focus on the preaching of the Word. Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of the month. Also look out for The Sunday Conversation which takes place on the third Sunday of most months. On the fourth Sunday of each month we gather at 4:30pm instead of 6:30pm.

*fourth Sunday of each month.
Our monthly 4:30pm service takes a more traditional format. Worship is organ-led and is usually accompanied by the Christ Church Singers Choral Group.


  • “I will go Lord, where you lead me. I will hold your people in my heart”, from Isaiah 6, has been my experience as CCB has taught me, nurtured me, and equipped me, to go to others within and without the church with the love of Jesus. I am now learning from my fourth vicar, and remain a learner in God’s school. CCB is a good place to do that.

    CCB Member
  • "As a newcomer to Beckenham, Christ Church has been a welcoming family! Jesus is central, Bible teaching is relevant and I have been loved and accepted.It's a warm,cosy place with comfy chairs and real coffee too!"

  • Recently saw this poster: ”Home is where we… .. give love, laugh often, create memories, welcome friends, share stories and listen to one another”.
    It made me think that it can be the same for church. Christ Church is where I am learning to be loved and to give love through my relationship with God and my friends - despite all my human ups and downs, frustrations and fears, anger and joy, clear or muddy thinking, it is a wonderful place for me to try to be myself – we are not perfect but we can laugh, listen and share with Jesus!

  • I have been a member of Christ Church my whole life. There are people there who remember me when I was a child and some who remember me when I was doing things I'd rather others didn't know. Especially in my small group, it is a place where I can be me, one work in progress among many others, where we encourage, challenge, help, pray for and forgive each other. Because of the time I spend with my Church I can live the rest of my life better.

  • My friends and family at CCB have helped and encouraged me enormously in my day to day life and faith over the years. The Home Groups especially have been great places to ask questions, discuss ideas and learn more of God's love for us all.
    When I had small children the Young Mums' groups helped me keep going and were a real source of friendship and encouragement. Even though I have been worshipping here for more than 30 years, I am still learning and growing in my faith, and appreciate that although we can be so very different, what unites us is God's love for us.

  • Fifteen years ago I knew something was missing in my life. My life had fallen apart and I was looking for a way out; feeling desperate, alone and suicidal. A Christian woman I met on a 227 bus helped me get back on my feet by encouraging me to go to Church. That was ten years ago. Two years ago, we faced our worst nightmare “eviction”. I was on my knees and would not be where I am today without God. God lifted me up and gave me the strength I needed to get through that ordeal. I love Christ Church and my extended family. I have never felt so much love and support from so many. My faith is stronger now than ever before and I no longer feel alone. I have God beside me all the way.



Here at Christ Church Beckenham we take our safeguarding responsibilities very seriously and we are committed to ensuring that all of our church activities and premises are safe for all. If you have any concerns about safeguarding you can contact our Parish Safeguarding Officer:
Mrs Sarah Poole – tel: 07708 560021 or email:

For more information on safeguarding please use the ‘Safeguarding’ link that can be found in the ‘Quick Links’ section at the foot of each page of our website.