Welcome to our website

Hi - John Bunyan Church Centre is home to a number of different church congregations, and also to a range of community organisations.

The John Bunyan Baptist Sunday Service is at 11 a.m. and you will be very welcome.

Grace Sanctuary for All Nations Church (RCCG) also meet here starting earlier on Sunday mornings. For information about all their activities please visit their website.


We share in the Kingston Town Centre Ecumenical Partnership and from time to time share in Sunday worship in our partner churches - Kingston United Reformed Church in Eden Street and All Saints Parish Church at the centre of the town. We will let you know here if that is going to happen on any particular Sunday.


John Bunyan Baptist Church has long had this ecumenical spirit but also has its own interesting story to tell.

john bunyan baptist churchWe're a church known
for our social involvement
and for a spirituality
to support it. We are the church where the Kaleidoscope Project was set up and we are still connected with the Project's work, though most of that takes place in Wales these days.

We have links with a wide range of churches and organisations, and we hold joint worship services from time to time with the other congregations who worship here, and elsewhere.


Here's a list -

YMCA South-West London
Kaleidoscope Project
Kingston Churches Action on Homelessness

Immanuel Korean Methodist Church

Grace Sanctuary for All Nations RCCG

We are currently joined once a month by the Immanuel Korean Methodist Church for a shared act of worship.

Others use our Community Hall or other spaces -

Kingston College Performing Arts
Krav Maga Self Defence

Kingston Eco-op

Kingston Young Carers


And we're glad to be part of the following -

Churches Together in Kingston
Kingston Town Centre Ecumenical Partnership
London Baptist Association
Baptist Union of Great Britain

Queen Elizabeth Road 

(entrance up slope in Hardman Road) 

Kingston upon Thames