As an integral part of St James Church, ‘Christ for All Nations fellowship’ believes that there is life in Jesus which is accessible to anyone. Our language, ethical and cultural background cannot stop us claiming this life. For the last 12 years, as members of St James Church, Alperton, we have been helping run the Urdu-Hindi language service for people from Pakistani and Indian origin. Recently we felt that God is calling us to reflect on who we are and what we practise. After prayerful thinking on 28 November 2010, we re-dedicated our service and changed its name from ‘Urdu-Hindi fellowship’ to ‘Christ for All Nations (CfAN) fellowship’.
In faith we have broadened our perspective and we strongly believe that God will use us more effectively in days to come. We have a convenient and spacious worship venue equipped with traditional instruments and a hi-tech sound system. We have a friendly and diverse congregation that speaks different languages such as Urdu, Hindi, Marathi, Telgu, Gujarati, Punjabi and English, which we believe will be a helpful tool in reaching people from different ethnic and cultural backgrounds. We provide an atmosphere where people from different background feel at home. We have been blessed with uplifting worship team that leads us into the presence of God. Our Sunday school facility shapes growing disciples of Jesus. More than anything we are blessed with Rev. Ali and Steve Taylor's dynamic leadership, which is passionately supported by Rev Amelia Jacob.
If you are from India, Pakistan or Bangladesh and looking for a worship place then ‘Christ for All Nations fellowship’ warmly welcomes you.
We meet every Sunday from 4pm to 6pm.
We also meet for prayer on every Friday from 8pm to 9:30pm.