Abridge Evangelical Free Church

Abridge Evangelical Free Church (AEFC)
The Chase, London Road, Abridge, Essex
RM4 1XA


STOP PRESS - UPDATED 19 OCT 2021
* Church Services in Church on Sunday at 11 am.
* 24 Oct 21 - Martyn Payne - Mark 10:46-52
* 31 Oct 21 - Martyn Payne - Mark 12:28-34
* Falconer Trust Summer Newsletter. (CLICK HERE)
* Church Services up to Christmas added.
* Latest Cabbage Patch. (CLICK HERE)



Forthcoming Services in Church -- All start at 11 am

03 Oct 2021Stephen Potts - (Communion) Mark 10:2-16. Jesus answers questions about the family.
10 Oct 2021Steve Bishop - Mark 10:17-31. Jesus speaks about wealth and riches.
17 Oct 2021Neil Starling (Falconer Trust Update) - Mark 10:35 - 45. Jesus and serving others.
24 Oct 2021Martyn Payne - Mark 10:46-52. Jesus and Bartimaeus.
31 Oct 2021Martyn Payne - Mark 12:28-34. Jesus and the two great commandments.

07 Nov 2021 Stephen Potts (Communion)
14 Nov 2021 Remembrance Day (At Lambourne Church) PLEASE NOTE NO SERVICE TODAY
21 Nov 2021 Richard Blackhurst
28 Nov 2021 Martyn Payne (First Sunday of Advent)

05 Dec 2021 Keith White (Second Sunday of Advent - Communion)
12 Dec 2021 Steve Bishop (Third Sunday of Advent)
12 Dec 2021 Martyn Payne (4pm Messy Christingle)
19 Dec 2021 Martyn Payne (Fourth Sunday of Advent)
19 Dec 2021 Martyn Payne (6pm Carol Service)
24 Dec 2021 Martyn Payne (4pm Carols around the Crib (Outside))
26 Dec 2021 tbc (11am Service)

02 Jan 2022 tbc (First Communion after Christmas)
09 Jan 2022 tbc
16 Jan 2022 tbc
23 Jan 2022 tbc
30 Jan 2022 tbc


Meeting Times

Sunday - Worship at 11am
Monday - Assemblies
Tuesday - Prayer Meetings
Wednesday - Cabbage Patch
More Details Here


Our History

For over 97 Years we have been part of Village life. Find out how it all started and read some of the amazing stories of God's provision and guidance over those years!


Contact

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Our church is situated just off the London Road opposite a road sign reading “Evangelical Church”. Founded in 1924, the simple place of worship was erected in 1926, and it has remained the focal point for many Christians in the village ever since. Beside the wooden church (or chapel, as it is sometimes known locally) is a manse built in the 1990s. And behind the church and manse is land which is at present largely given over to allotments.

Abridge Evangelical Church is a registered charity

Charity Number: 1164783