St John's Church EalingEdit profile
St John's, Ealing is an Anglican church in West Ealing, London, UK. It describes itself as a lively evangelical Anglican church with a diverse population. It is also the base of the Ealing Soup Kitchen to which many churches in the Ealing area are linked.
St Johns has a number of Sunday services: St Johns@10 - a diverse congregation, An Arabic speaking congregation, A Burmese speaking congregation, Cafe Church - an alternative congregational style with many members who are or have recently been homeless or vulnerably housed, and The Maze - a large youth congregation.
There are also a large number of midweek groups and activities.
A notable curate at St John's around 1927 was Eric Nash ("Bash") who went on to lay the foundations for the postwar growth in British evangelical Christianity by running summer camps that resulted in a number of boys from leading public schools becoming Christians and subsequently entering Christian ministry.
Built in 1875 by Edwin Henry Horne, the church has been designated as a Grade II listed building.