GRACE is at the heart of the Christian faith
We are part of the global CHURCH, united by Jesus Christ
Aiming to share the good news with DULWICH and beyond
Grace Church is a welcoming, family-friendly, Church of England church situated in the heart of Dulwich. We are a growing congregation of all ages, young and old, that is seeking to bring the good news of Jesus Christ to the local community.
From Sunday 6th September, we will be meeting physically again at Rosendale Primary School. There will be two identical services at 9:45am and 11:15am. Seats will be limited, so to book a place and find out what exactly to expect, email email@example.com. The 9:45 service will be streamed live on Zoom.
For the link, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who we are and what we believe
Grace Church is a great place to meet people who live locally, and visitors are always welcome. Whether you are investigating the claims of Jesus or looking for a church family to make your own, we’d be delighted if you joined us.
We meet on Sundays at 9:45am at Rosendale School at the junction of Rosendale Road and Turney Road (this service is also broadcast online, for details get in contact), then again at 11:15am. You’ll find people of all ages and stages and backgrounds at Grace Church, committed to learning from the Bible as we seek actively to love and serve Jesus Christ, and make disciples.
Monday - 10:00am
We meet every Monday morning from 10am to 11.20am during term-time for pre-school children and babies together with their parents.
There are lots of lovely toys, a special baby area, craft activities, refreshments for children and adults, a song time and a story from the Bible each week.
Every Sunday - 10:30am
All ages begin the service together. After around 15 minutes, the children aged 0-13 (up to year 8) go to crèche and Sunday Club for their own Bible teaching activities until the end of the service.
The adults stay for the sermon, prayers and songs. Our meetings last for about an hour and a quarter, and coffee and tea are served afterwards. People often stay after the service to chat and to get to know one another.