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Our Connections

We have connections to a number of organisations, both locally and nationally. If you would like to visit the websites of any of these organisations, click the logos to open the wesbsite in a new window.


The Assemblies of God is a Pentecostal denomination that has been serving the people of Great Britain since 1924. As a movement of churches we believe that Jesus is still working in His church through the power of His Spirit to change people's lives for the better. To this end we seek to build churches that demonstrate God's love to our communities in a practical and relevant way.

BCLC has always been affliated to the AOG, and in recent years we have formed a closer relationship with the family of Churches, with a number of the leadership team going to the AOG leadership conference in 2015.

TBBlogoTransform Bexley Borough

Transform Bexley Borough is made up of a group of co-operative churches found within all parts of the Borough of Bexley. The churches are of different denominations and styles of worship, but they all share the common desire to work together to step outside their church walls and make a positive and dynamic change in their community, for Christ's sake.

BCLC actively and wholeheartedly supports TBB in many events in Bexleyheath and beyond. Our Pastor, Del, regularly meets with other ministers from around Bexleyheath as part of the "Grace Group". 


Evangelical Alliance

EA is the largest and oldest body representing the UK’s two million evangelical Christians. For more than 165 years, they have been bringing Christians together and helping them listen to, and be heard by, the government, media and society.

BCLC, as a member of the EA, enjoys a connection with thousands of Churches across many demoninations. Through this connection, we can work together to see lives changed. 

Churches together in EnglandCTElogo

Churches Together in England is a visible sign in England of the Churches' commitment as they seek a deepening of their communion with Christ and with one another, and proclaim the Gospel together by common witness and service. Its strength comes from people from different traditions finding new ways to work and worship together.


CVM is a cross-denominational organisation which provides Christian mens groups around the country with resources, support and conferences to enable them to encourage men in their faith and reach out to their friends who are not yet Christians. Our men's group, United, is affliated with CVM. 

AscensionTrustLogoStreet Pastors, School Pastors and Ascension Trust

Street Pastors was pioneered in London in 2003 by Les Isaac. They have trained over 12,000 street pastors, who play an active part in more than 270 towns and cities around the UK. Street Pastors engage with people on the streets to care for them, listen to them and help them. They work together with other partners in the night-time economy to make communities safer. Each city project is set up by Ascension Trust, which is the governing body behind Street Pastors, and run by a local coordinator with support from local churches and community groups, in partnership with the police, local council and other statutory agencies.

A school pastor cares for and supports a 'school community'. They promote safety and aim to reduce anti-social behaviour. School pastors are there to listen, care and help young people to become good citizens.

Bexley Street Pastors was launched in 2006, out of BCLC, with School Pastors launched in 2011. BCLC continues to lead the Street and School Pastor work in Bexley, alongside Street Pastors from many other Churches. 


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