The Parish of Walthamstow is a vibrant and diverse team of Anglican churches seeking to serve our part of urban northeast London and see it transformed through the power of God’s Spirit, and we’d love to have you join us.

We aim to be active members of the Church of England and the worldwide Christian family. As a Parish, we are working to make Walthamstow a better place for everyone through our work with Citizens UK, the Forest Churches Emergency Night Shelter and through our Christians Against Poverty centre.

We welcome people of all ages and backgrounds. Join us as we seek to grow in our knowledge and love of God, to grow numerically, to grow in reach and impact in Walthamstow and to grow in our love for our neighbours and for each other.

We’re a local Church of England parish and part of the Diocese of Chelmsford.

‘Thy Kingdom Come’ to run from 25 May – 4 June 2017

St Mary’s Walthamstow and the Parish of Walthamstow will participate in ‘Thy Kingdom Come’, a global movement of prayer which begins 25th May 2017 (Ascension Day) and runs until 4th June 2017 (Pentecost Sunday).

First instigated by the Church of England’s Archbishops Justin Welby and John Sentamu in 2016 as a way to seek revival in the church by praying, and by opening churches up to the wider community, ‘Thy Kingdom Come’ has become a global movement of prayer, with events happening around the world, from Roman Catholic churches to churches in the Anglican Communion and beyond. For a full schedule of activities and events happening in our Parish, click on this link.

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