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Our Partners and Friends 

At the Boathouse we're happy to partner with the following organisations, knowing we're able to do more together than we could do on our own.

Co-Mission

We're a part of Co-Mission, a network of churches across London working together to plant and revitalise churches so that more in our great city can hear the life-changing news about Jesus Christ.  For more information about Co-Mission, click here.

Evangelical Alliance 

We're a member of the Evangelical Alliance, an organisation that supports individuals and churches as they make Jesus known and speaks as a trusted voice into society to see it changed for Him.  For more information about the Evangelical Alliance, click here.

Our Friends

Alongside our more formal partnerships with Co-Mission and the Evangelical Alliance, we're delighted to have connections to the following organisations through church members who work or volunteer for them:

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Hello and welcome to our church. If you are a new visitor, we have a page for you to get to know us and learn more about planning a visit.
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Planning your Visit

Planning a Visit? 

If you're thinking about joining us one Sunday the following information should help you know what to expect.

Where and When

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We meet at the Oasis Academy Putney (click here for how to find us) on a Sunday - our service starts at 10:30am but if you arrive 10-15 minutes before then you'll have time to find your bearings and be welcomed by a few of our church family (starting with someone from our Welcome Team who will greet you on the door).

Accessibility: The venue is wheelchair accessible and there are disabled toilets along the main corridor.

What does a typical Sunday look like?

Our service begins at 10:30am with a official welcome from one of the team. This is followed by a time of sung worship, led by our band, which often includes a kids song with actions to help all of us - from the youngest to the oldest! - engage with what we're singing about.  After the opening songs, the children head out for their own activities (more information about that here) while the rest of us take the chance to greet those sitting around us.  We'll then share some news about what's coming up in the life of the church before a member of the church family leads us in prayer.  We'll then hear the Bible read and preached, with the sermon connecting the timeless truths of the Bible with our modern lives, before finishing with a final song.  After the service (which typically lasts an hour to an hour and a quarter), we encourage people to stay for tea or coffee, share lives and continue to speak about God's word.

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