Contact

Contact us

Contact details

General enquiries hello@kingsheartchurch.com  
Twitter @kingsheart_UK  

If you have any questions please feel welcome to get in touch through any of the above methods.

Our postal address

KingsHeart Church, 262 Pettits Lane North, Romford, RM1 4PJ.

Visiting by bus

We have good transport connections from Romford station with the 103 and 499 buses. If you are traveling by bus please get off at the Heather Close bus stop on Pettits Lane North. Romford station 25 minutes from London Liverpool Street.

Visiting by car

Romford is 12 miles east of the City of London and 5 miles from Junctions 28 and 29 of the M25 motorway. If you are visiting us by car, please feel welcome to use our car park by the zebra crossing.  Alternative parking bays are available on Pettits Lane North and side roads but please consider our neighbours when parking. Thank you.

Here to help

In addition to help given by members or groups within KingsHeart Church there are many ways that the local churches support each other to provide various kinds of help:

Counselling

If you need counselling help we know a number of local Christian counsellors (some members of this church) whom we could recommend.

Sozo

Sozo (which in Greek means wholeness in body, soul, and spirit) is a method for helping people resolve often longstanding emotional issues. The leaders at KingsHeart have been fully trained in managing Sozo sessions which typically last 2-3 hours. Sozo does not compete with counselling but can be an effective alternative.

Financial Problems?

We have resources within the church working with the local Christians Against Poverty charity who can provide excellent help.

Homeless

There is a night shelter operated by teams of people from various churches in the Borough to which you can be referred.

Crisis

No food? Foodbanks, to which you can be referred, exist in the Borough. Again, these are run by people from churches in the Borough.

Physical Healing

We believe in praying for physical healing at our church and would love to pray with you.

Sunday morning

 Our family service begins at 10:30 am and typically includes music, meditation, readings, prayers and a short inspirational sermon.

As a grace filled community we encourage open participation. Before the younger children go to their groups they are involved in the meeting and allowed considerable freedom to move around, sing, dance and even make noise! Fresh coffee is served after the meeting which is a great time to meet others and develop new relationships.

Welcome

Welcome to KingsHeart. We are a local Romford church who want to play a positive role in building our community and demonstrating God’s heart of love for everyone through the way we live and act.

Hello

Welcome to KingsHeart. We’re a local Romford church who want to play a positive role in building our community and demonstrate God’s heart of love for everyone through the way we live and act.

Everyone’s welcome

We want you to feel at home from the moment you step through the door at KingsHeart. Whether you come on a Sunday morning or turn up for a midweek or special event, you are assured of a warm welcome and a great experience.

What you can expect

Our 10.30am Sunday morning service is relaxed and informal with a band leading us in contemporary musical worship. There is normally a short talk and input from various people in the church family.  Why not stay for a freshly brewed coffee and a chat afterwards? We’d love to get to know you better.

Young at heart

Children and young people are at the heart of our family and we want them to feel valued and enjoy the experience at KingsHeart Church. Our Sunday morning programme is intentionally family friendly with a specially tailored programme for 5-11’s and creche facilities for under 5s.

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