Jesus House

Category: Churches

Type: Churches

Jesus House

Our core value can be summarised in those five simple words, because at Jesus House people come first. Though our origins can be found in a prayer group of about twenty individuals, our quest to make a difference in the lives of the people we’ve come into contact with has seen thousands pass through our doors, the diversity of their backgrounds and histories making us indeed a house ‘for all the nations’. Our primary pursuit is the establishment of God’s Kingdom on earth and we have recognised that God has not created anyone to be insignificant. It is in this pursuit of Him that we have realised that every man must discover the purpose for his creation and maximise the innate potential placed in him by a benevolent Creator in order to positively impact the lives of those less fortunate than ourselves. The church was founded as a church plant of Freedom Hall, a parish of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), in Lagos, Nigeria in April 1994, and the progress we have made since those humble beginnings serves as a constant reminder that God can use the seemingly insignificant to make a difference. Our passion for the growth and development of the individual is reflected in the vision of the Church, and we are committed to making a positive impact in our local and the international community. Today Jesus House is still growing rapidly. We run three family services each Sunday, in addition to services for children (Kidz First), teens (TM4:12) and youth (Raised Up In Christ). Whatever your background, culture or race, at Jesus House you can find a home for yourself and your family. So join us as we ‘pursue God, discover our purpose, maximise our potential while impacting other lives’.

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Nov 06 2015, 10:26
We’ve been working closely with stakeholders from across the mental health community to gain clarity around the issues facing them in offering online interventions to IAPT patients. Our new paper specifically explores the perspectives of mental health commissioners as key … Continue reading
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Oct 28 2015, 11:49
The Improving mental health outcomes for children and young people conference at The King’s Fund last week gave commissioners and providers the latest updates from ministers, NHS England and young people on the transformation of CAMHS. Speakers at the conference recognised … Continue reading
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Oct 21 2015, 11:48
We’ve learnt a lot about ehealth since pitching our concept for an online therapy referral hub for IAPT to the NHS’ SBRI innovation funding board last year.  What we’ve learnt so far on this journey could be of great benefit … Continue reading

112 Brent Terrace
Brent Cross

Tel: 020 8438 8285
Fax: 020 8438 8286