Join Us For Church In-Person or Online
We gather at 11am every Sunday in person at The Jazz Cafe, Camden Town and online on the Liberty Church London YouTube channel.
Liberty Church In-Person | 11am | The Jazz Cafe, Camden Town
We would love you to join us for in-person services at The Jazz Cafe, Camden Town.Pre-Register Now
Liberty Church Online | Sunday | 11am
Join us every Sunday for Church Online. Please subscribe to our youtube channel and click the "church bell" to be updated whenever we post a new video.Watch Church Online
Community Groups are a key part of life at Liberty Church London. The summer season starts May 4th.
Sign ups are now open.
Mercato Meet Up | Tuesdays | 7pm
Community is at the heart of Liberty Church. This group will be a totally social space. Come grab an after work drink or some food or just come for the conversation. Mercato Metropolitano, SE1
Exploring the Enneagram | Wednesdays | 7:30pm
Why do I do the things I do? What you don't know about you can hurt you and your relationships in this world. Learn about yourself through the enneagram combined with God's truth. Green Park (meeting near the Tube Station entrance).
I Want To Be In The Zoom Where It Happens | Thursday | 7:30pm
Zoom is still the best way for some of us to engage with Community Groups. Join Jonny Pettman on Thursday nights as we build community and together discover more about who God is from the books of 1 & 2 Samuel. Sign up and we will send you to link.
Serving Our City
We’re a missional community that is for our city, not just in it. We are committed to locking arms with excellent and highly trusted community partners to promote justice, serve our city, and help those in need.
Racial Reconciliation & Equality
We are called as Christians to live unified in our diversity across barriers of race and culture. We believe racial reconciliation, healing, and equality has been made possible through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. We are called as the Church to model for the world what it means to live racially reconciled as brothers and sisters in Christ. We believe that by advocating for racial equality and justice, opposing racism and helping those marginalised and oppressed, we display God’s heart for all humanity.
We envision a future at Liberty Church around the world where honour, inclusion, and celebration of all God’s people is infused into every aspect of our culture and that we acknowledge and actively work against racism and prejudice. We acknowledge, lament, and repent of the Church’s complicity in racism, and are committed to the continual work of reconciliation and healing that reflects the fullness of Christ on the earth.
All Team 17th June
We would LOVE everyone connected to Liberty Church to join us for a key All Team on June 17th as we get ready to take an important step as a community into a new long term venue for our Sunday gatherings.
Our Community Pastors
Jonny & Tasha Pettman
Jonny and Tasha met and married in Liverpool, England. It was there they served as Youth Pastors on staff at a great church, for the best part of ten years. They then met Paul and Andi Andrew. God made it clear that he had connected the Pettmans and the Andrews for a reason. Having moved to New York for extensive training with Liberty Church, the Pettmans have returned to England, this time to the capital; London. They have pioneered and now lead Liberty Church London.
Meet our Lead Pastors
Paul & Andi Andrew
In the summer of 2010, Paul and Andi Andrew moved to New York City from Sydney, Australia to pioneer Liberty Church. The first gatherings were around a picnic table in Central Park as they studied the birth of the church in the book of Acts, and prayed over our vision to influence a city that influences the world.
"Now he who supplies seed to the sower and bread for food will also supply and increase your store of seed and will enlarge the harvest of your righteousness. You will be enriched in every way so that you can be generous on every occasion, and through us your generosity will result in thanksgiving to God."
2 Corinthians 9:6–11, NIV