Ealing Green Church
Methodist and United Reformed Church

©Ealing Green Church Charity No. 1144083  -  2015  

Minister:  Rev Dr Jennifer Smith   

Associate Pastor:  Rev Randolph Turner

Church Office Manager    

020 8810 0136


The Church Office is open daily
9.30am - 3pm, with a break at lunch

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In public worship at 11 a.m. each Sunday we praise God, read and reflect on the scriptures, sing, and pray together. There is a mix of traditional and modern hymns and a chance to be still in busy lives. Click below for more information.

Sunday Services

There are several rooms available for hire. Click below for more information.

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The Church runs different groups and activities including Bible Studies, Choir, Fellowship Group and Lunch Club. Click below for more information.

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Ealing Green Church is a partnership between the United Reformed and Methodist churches locally.  

It has members from many different backgrounds and countries, some who are used to church and some who have found their way to church only recently.  Some are passing through Ealing only briefly as students or with work, some have lived here many years.  Together we seek to live a faithful and fruitful Christian life, worshipping God and serving our community with generosity, humour, and good will.

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12 February 2017


Marion McNeill

Bible Steward:

Louise Singleton


Elspeth Singleton


Circuit Lent Course – ‘Remembering Home: Christian Faith in Encounter with Other Faiths’  This year's Circuit Lent course is based on a course developed by Churches Together in Britain & Ireland entitled 'Remembering Home: Christian Faith in Encounter with Other Faiths'. The course explores how Christian faith has been deepened and enriched by encounters with people of different religions. It does not necessarily emphasise common ground between faiths nor is it about dialogue with other faiths, but how Christian faith has burned brightly following an encounter with the religious other. There are familiar Lenten themes in the material but with a different approach. You can read more about the course by going to https://ctbi.org.uk/lent/.

There will be 5 sessions, starting on Sunday 5th March at 6.00pm at Kingsdown, repeated on Tuesdays starting on 7th March at 7.30pm at Greenford, and on Thursdays from 9th March at 10.00am at Pitshanger. For more information, contact Rev Dr Jennifer Smith or call 020 8579 8114.  

All welcome!