About us

At heart, we’re a group of people who follow Jesus Christ.

He is the one who fully reveals God and who brings us into new life through his death and resurrection.

We come together as a family of people of different ages and stages and nationalities in order to help each other to grow as his followers, and to help others to come to know him for themselves.

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Our history

Christ Church Endcliffe began in 2009, when a group of 50 people left Christ Church Fulwood on the edge of the city, to start up a new church nearer the centre. We share the building of St Augustine’s, Brocco Bank.

Who we are

We have clear convictions based on the truths revealed by God in the Bible, but you don’t need to be a convinced Christian to come along on a Sunday. We also run courses specifically designed for those wanting to find out more about the Christian faith.

We love to welcome visitors who are exploring the Christian faith.

Three basic characteristics describe us:

1. We are a Christian Church

We believe in one God who has revealed himself supremely through his Son, Jesus Christ. It is only through faith in Jesus, trusting his death on the cross for our sins and his new resurrection life, that we can come to know God and become part of his kingdom.

2. We are an Evangelical Church

We believe that the Bible is God’s authoritative word and is therefore the definitive guide for us in all matters of faith and conduct. Furthermore, we believe that the Spirit of God achieves the work of God through the word of God, and so the study and exposition of the Bible will be the means by which God will transform the lives of individuals and the church body as a whole.

3. We are an Anglican Church

We are part of the Church of England, and hold to the great truths that were rediscovered at the time of the Reformation, including the sovereignty of God in salvation, justification by faith alone and salvation in Christ alone. However, we have church members from many different denominational backgrounds and we unite under Christ, not under one particular denominational banner.

As well as being part of the Diocese of Sheffield, we have also passed a resolution to come under the oversight of the Bishop of Ebbsfleet.

Through all of this our vision is to glorify God. Click here to read about how we hope to do that.

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