St Saviours, Forest Gate

Tel: 020 8555 8464
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Sunday Services: We are back in our building each week for worship and fellowship but we also continue to live stream our services. You may join us in person or on facebook or youtube.

Foodbank: Our food bank is opened the first Friday in each month from 9:30 to 10:30am
 
Contact the vicar at 020 8555 8464 or stsaviourse7@gmail.com for more details.
 
Please join us on Facebook or YouTube for our virtual worship services and continue to pray for God's help us during this time of pandemic. Thank you.

Our latest service order can be downloaded here.


 

We are a warm, friendly and welcoming evangelical church in East London. 

We are a rich multi-cultural and multi-racial congregation that is part of the Church of England in the Diocese of Chelmsford.

Central to our worship and beliefs is the Good News of Jesus Christ. We are dedicated to the teachings of the Bible and are open to the leading of the Holy Spirit.

We aim to be a place where the word of God is taught and the power of the Holy Spirit is experienced. If you are in the Forest Gate area of East London on a Sunday morning please do not hesitate to join us at 10:30am.

St Saviour's Church, Forest Gate

Celebrating 140 Years

by Deborah Fisher

A 140th birthday celebration offers an opportunity to reflect on the life and history of a church.This short history adds to a much earlier one. Its starting point is the founding of St Saviour’s in the 1880’s, an age of revival in which extensive building of churches took place, in an area of London rapidly increasing in population and housing developments.

Through themes, it tells a story of how the many groups of people who, over the decades have formed the church, have met the challenges and opportunities offered by a continually changing east end society to pursue a key mission of demonstrating the transforming love of Jesus Christ. The story describes how the church has survived war, demolition, potential closure, a pandemic, to remain the strong church it is today.

Descriptions of key events and activities underline how the church has sought to respond to, and interact with, its local community which has seen substantial social change in terms of increasing multiculturalism, changing family dynamics, developments in the role of women, increased social mobility, and multiple social issues.Sources used in telling the story are mainly the records of parish meetings, official church documents, and images old and new.

But, most importantly, church members have offered their own accounts and memories, a source that would otherwise have gone undocumented.

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Hall Hire: We have a small hall that can be hired for small events. Please contact the Rector from the contacts page


We are committed to Safeguarding Children, Young People, Victims/perpetrators of Domestic Abuse and Vulnerable Adults.

The PCC has adopted the Church of England's policies and best practice on safeguarding which may be found on the Church of England's website

Our Parish Safeguarding Officer is Doreen Alexander who may be contacted at church or by email at doreenalexander4@gmail.com

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