HTB - Holy Trinity Church, Brompton
We are a vibrant Anglican church in the heart of London, with a vision to play our part in the re-evangelisation of the nations and the transformation of society. Feel free to join us at one of our 10 sunday services. If you would like to explore the meaning of life in an informal environment, we would love to invite you to join the next Alpha course. During the week we meet on a fortnightly basis in small group gatherings of between 25–35 people. Such pastorates usually take place at church or in the home of one of the pastorate leaders, for food, teaching, worship, prayer and friendship. If you are interested in getting more involved with any aspect of the church's work, there are many teams to choose from. For anything else, please contact us.
God has a plan for your life.
At this year's Alternative Carols service, artist Charlie Mackesy looks at the messy, chaotic truth of the Nativity story.
Nicky and Pippa Gumbel look at Mary's response to God's call.
At a point of New Year's resolutions and plans for a 'new you', Will van der Hart explores why Jesus Christ is the only person who can transform us in 2017.
At the start of the year, questions about life and identity seem to flood in. There's a sense that we feel lost, that we're drifting. Stephen Foster looks at Luke 15:4, in which Jesus shows how He - the Good Shepherd - passionately pursues the lost.
Everyone is searching for something, asking questions about meaning, acceptance, contentment. What if we could do more than find ourselves, but be found? Emily Layzell looks at Luke 15:4, in which Jesus shows how He - the Good Shepherd - passionately pursues the lost.
Many of us know that feeling of burnout, of feeling unable to make it through the week due to stress. Toby Flint looks at Matthew 11:28-30, in which Jesus invites all who are weary to come to Him.
Are you facing a seemingly impossible situation? Are you struggling with an issue in health, finances, relationships or in your career? Nicky Gumbel looks at Acts 12, in which the power of prayer is demonstrated in an incredible story. Nothing is impossible with God.
Prayer gives us access to God, who is so much greater than any human solution. Watch Jess O'George speak on Acts 12, in which the power of prayer overcomes a seemingly impossible situation.
"Faith is personal, but it's not private. You're called not just to believe, but to belong."
The Greek word 'mathetes' - apprentice - appears throughout the New Testament. Nicky Gumbel looks at Matthew 28, encouraging us to become apprentices of Jesus' ministry, and to make disciples of those around us.
God specialises in multiplication. Whatever you give to God, He multiplies. Nicky Gumbel looks at 2 Corinthians 9:6-15, examining the importance of giving to God.
'We have this invitation: to find our identity in Jesus.'
Watch HTB's Ed Hodges kick off our new Sunday series on the Gospel of Mark.
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