Not yet home - More the home I dreamt of

Written on Thursday, 17 November 2022 by Ryan Gausden

This term in Focus Groups we’ve been working our way through the Bible, looking at the story of our true home. The home we long for. The home we were created for. We know that we’re destined for the perfect home, with God forever. But how do we process not yet being home with God when our experience now is hard? Not yet home is a series of blogs where members of our church family can share their experience of home. This is Ryan’s story.


Not yet home - Where is home when you're on mission?

Written on Monday, 7 November 2022 by Anaïs

This term in Focus Groups we’ve been working our way through the Bible, looking at the story of our true home. The home we long for. The home we were created for. We know that we’re destined for the perfect home, with God forever. But how do we process not yet being home with God when our experience now is hard? Not yet home is a series of blogs where members of our church family can share their experience of home. This is Anais' story.


Not yet home - Where are you from?

Written on Tuesday, 1 November 2022 by Nick Butcher

This term in Focus Groups we’ve been working our way through the Bible, looking at the story of our true home. The home we long for. The home we were created for. We know that we’re destined for the perfect home, with God forever. But how do we process not yet being home with God when our experience now is hard? Not yet home is a series of blogs where members of our church family can share their experience of home. This is Nick's story.


Simple sustainable hospitality

Written on Thursday, 15 September 2022 by Linda Allcock

When we read the word ‘hospitality’ in the Bible, we can add to it ideals of a nice kitchen complete with 8-seater table, spread with a lavish three course meal. But is this really the way we should think about hospitality?


Encountering God in prayer: a poem

Written on Wednesday, 6 July 2022 by Evan John

As part of our Encounter series, Mike preached on Praying. We were reminded of how beautiful prayer is, as it means entering the throne room of our heavenly Father. Evan has written a poem capturing this beauty.


Jonah: a poem

Written on Monday, 30 May 2022 by Evan John

We're going through the book of Jonah in our small groups. Evan has written a poem to capture some of what he learned in chapter 1 last week.


Reflections on the Theology Book Group

Written on Wednesday, 25 May 2022 by Lydia Mugge

Globe's Theology Team supports the church in all kinds of ways, but one of them is their Book Group. In this blog, Lydia reflects on what God has been teaching her in this group.


Reflections on the Art Exhibition

Written on Thursday, 12 May 2022 by Rachel Tam

A few weeks ago, our brilliant Creative Team organised an Art Exhibition inspired by the last sermon series. For those who missed it, or for those who couldn't get enough, Rachel has written this blog giving a flavour of the exhibition.


Why I started appreciating the Apostles' Creed

Written on Tuesday, 22 March 2022 by Ida Oertel

We've just finished the first part of our series in the Apostles Creed. Every Sunday we studied a new line of this ancient text. This week on the blog, Ida reflects on how the series has helped her.


Through Mary's Eyes

Written on Wednesday, 9 March 2022 by Ryan Gray

The third line of the Apostles Creed reads "[Jesus Christ] was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary." Ryan has written a poem reflecting on this line.


When confronted with the devastation of war, how and what do we pray?

Written on Monday, 28 February 2022 by Linda Allcock


Why I love being part of a Focus group

Written on Monday, 21 February 2022 by Ryan Gausden

Globe Focus is an integral part of church life at The Globe Church. In this blog, Ryan shares what God is teaching him through his Focus group.


Globe Student Weekend Away 2022

Written on Wednesday, 2 February 2022 by Sueann Kim

Our students went away for a fabulous weekend of teaching, fun and relationship-building. Sueann shares some of her reflections..


"Have you watched Squid Game?"

Written on Tuesday, 14 December 2021 by Mike (Myung) Sohn

Many of us will either have watched Squid Game or heard about it. In this blog, Mike helps us think through what Squid Game is all about.


Hands up

Written on Thursday, 9 December 2021 by Maryke Jesudason

You might have noticed that during musical worship, we express ourselves differently - some raise one hand, some both, some none at all. What is the right way to worship? Maryke reflects...


Fasting to glorify our Father

Written on Monday, 29 November 2021 by Linda Allcock

In the Bible, prayer and fasting often go together. Why not consider fasting at some point during this Week of Prayer? To help you get started, Linda explains why and how you can fast.


Globe Getaway 2021: Unity in diversity

Written on Sunday, 14 November 2021 by Rachel Tam

We had the most amazing day away as a church family a few weeks ago. Rachel reflects...


Let me tell you about Ken

Written on Wednesday, 3 November 2021 by James Doc

Having a vibrant prayer life can sometimes feel so far out of our grasp, especially when part of it is waking up early for 8am Tuesday Morning Prayer! James shares his reflections...


Blessed assurance

Written on Wednesday, 20 October 2021 by Emilia Pickering

For many of us it will have been deeply unsettling to see Judas move to betray Jesus in John 13; does that mean any of us can so quickly fall away? Emilia has written a blog to help us find our assurance in Jesus' words.


From 'new at Globe' to 'part of the family'

Written on Wednesday, 13 October 2021 by Rosie Barr

It can be daunting to join a new church.. To help you along, Rosie shares what joining The Globe Church was like for her.


Globe Stories: Rob Eldridge

Written on Wednesday, 22 September 2021 by Rob Eldridge

It's time for another Globe Story! This week, Rob shares his journey of faith..


Celebrating generosity as joyful sacrifice

Written on Thursday, 16 September 2021 by Anaïs

As Anaïs joined church in Nigeria, she was encouraged and challenged by different ways of worshipping. In this blog, she shares what being amongst Nigerian Christians taught her about generosity.


Singing His praises now and forever

Written on Tuesday, 17 August 2021 by Emma Joseph

We can once again sing God’s praise together as a church. But after so long of our Sunday worship being different, we might need some reminding of why singing is so good for our hearts. Emma’s been reflecting on why and how we sing together once more.


Globe Stories: Millenium Gamma

Written on Monday, 19 July 2021 by Millenium Gamma

Millenium is one of the people who got baptised recently. In this blog, she gives a little preview of her journey.


Globe Stories: Jess Kerrey

Written on Wednesday, 14 July 2021 by Jess Kerrey

Jess is one of the people who got baptised recently. In this blog, she gives a little preview of her journey.


Globe Stories: Annabel Mensah Djan

Written on Wednesday, 30 June 2021 by Annabel Mensah Djan

This Sunday we'll have baptisms! Annabel is one of the people who will get baptised. In this blog, she gives a little preview of her journey.


More than you know

Written on Thursday, 24 June 2021 by Jonty Allcock

God's plan? My responsibility? A little bit of both? Over the past weeks in John's gospel there have been glimpses of an answer to these questions...


The Answer To A Parents’ Prayer

Written on Thursday, 17 June 2021 by Krzys, Joyna and Elie Nowak

Sometimes an answer to prayer looks very different from what we expected. The Nowak family share how God answered their prayers for Elie in a surprising way...


REPOST: To cancel or not to cancel

Written on Wednesday, 9 June 2021 by Jonny Miller

This coming Sunday England are playing Croatia in the European Championships, which forces many of us to choose: church or football? Jonny Miller shares a few principles to help us make that choice.


Buying Bill Gates a latte

Written on Tuesday, 25 May 2021 by Evan John

While we often struggle to be generous to others, receiving generosity ourselves can be even more difficult. In this blog, Evan reflects on this phenomenon.


The power of the Holy Spirit in generosity

Written on Tuesday, 18 May 2021 by Maryke Jesudason

Generosity has certainly been on our minds this term. In this blog, Maryke shares one of the big things she's been learning.


Knife crime - A Christian response

Written on Thursday, 13 May 2021 by Nate White

We recently prayed for the family of Fares Maatou, a 14-year-old boy stabbed to death in East London. Sadly, knife crime is a present and ongoing issue in our city. Nate has written a response.


Sharing the gospel and our lives

Written on Tuesday, 4 May 2021 by Linda Allcock

Hospitality is a key feature of Christian generosity. But after a year of lockdowns and not being able to have people in our homes as easily, we could do with a reminder of what hospitality is all about!


We need active inclusion

Written on Thursday, 29 April 2021 by Sudhir Selvaraj

Diversity isn't about ticking boxes. It must also be about listening and engaging. In this blog, Sudhir offers a few practical steps to achieve such active inclusion.


Generosity is big

Written on Thursday, 22 April 2021 by Adriana Kerkstra

Generosity Week is almost here! In this blog, Adriana shares some of the things she's learned about generosity.


Rethinking self-love

Written on Monday, 12 April 2021 by Annabel Mensah Djan

Self-love is a popular concept these days. But what exactly does it mean? And what does it look like from a Biblical perspective? Annabel shares her reflections..


What does God think about abusive church leaders?

Written on Thursday, 8 April 2021 by Alice Waters

We recently applied the idea of covenant love to faithful leadership. But what do we do if leadership isn't faithful? In this guest blog, Alice Waters, ministry trainee at Crossway Stratford, helps us answer this question through 1 Samuel 2.


Globe Stories: Biff Sharrock

Written on Wednesday, 31 March 2021 by Biff Sharrock

Stories play a powerful role in our lives. They're also one of the best ways to see God's power at work in our lives. This week, Biff tells the story of how he became a Christian.


Stop Asian Hate.

Written on Thursday, 25 March 2021 by Eyoael Mesay

Racism is a problem deeply rooted in our culture. In this blog, Eyoael considers racism and the Church..


Ecclesiastes and the Emperor

Written on Tuesday, 16 March 2021 by Evan John

The meditations of a Roman emperor might not be your go-to literature. However, as it turns out, it can teach us some important things about Jesus. Evan shares..


How was your quiet time this morning?

Written on Thursday, 11 March 2021 by Kimberly Davis

'Read your Bible, pray every day.' Most of us know that's easier said than done! In this blog, Kimberly shares a few of her thoughts and suggests a way forward.


Becoming part of Globe

Written on Tuesday, 2 March 2021 by Elen Edwards

Elen joined The Globe Church during lockdown, which made it hard to get stuck in! In this blog, she shares how despite the pandemic she did come to feel known and loved by Globe's church family.


Sow the wind

Written on Wednesday, 24 February 2021 by Julia Wilson

A few weeks ago, we learned about sowing the wind in Hosea 8. Julia has created an image to help us to continue to reflect on what this means.


Worried about worrying?

Written on Tuesday, 16 February 2021 by Linda Allcock and David Sharpe

In a time where many of us experience a lot of worry, Linda and David have written a blog to help us understand what anxiety is and how to put it in a Biblical perspective. They also share some practical ways forward.


The pandemic from a student's perspective

Written on Tuesday, 9 February 2021 by Katie Bartels

A good bit of our church family is made up of students. In this blog, Katie gives some insight into what the pandemic has been like for students.


Reflections on Co-Mission Women's Day 2021

Written on Monday, 1 February 2021 by Rachel Weller

Last Saturday was Co-Mission's annual Women's Day. Many women from The Globe Church attended, and in this blog Rachel shares some of her reflections.


What next? The fight against pandemic cynicism

Written on Tuesday, 26 January 2021 by Tom Kendall

As the pandemic drags on, many of us are feeling increasingly cynical. In this blog, Tom shares some helpful reflections on cultivating an attitude of hope rather than cycnism.


Why Christians (and atheists) should read 'Crime and Punishment'

Written on Thursday, 21 January 2021 by Tom Marsh

Despite being an old classic, not many people have actually read Dostoevsky's 'Crime and Punishment'. In this blog, Tom gives us a little taste of the book and explores its wonderful Christian message.


Reflecting on (not) singing together

Written on Tuesday, 12 January 2021 by Emma Joseph

It's been a long time since we've been able to sing together on a Sunday and there are so many reasons why it’s good that we sing. Emma's been doing some thinking about why we rightfully miss singing God's praise together.


How do we rest, when we can’t leave home?

Written on Wednesday, 23 December 2020 by Linda Allcock

Many of us were expecting to be refreshed by time away over Christmas. But with plans cancelled, how do we still find rest and refreshment? Linda shares some thoughts.


A closer look at a classic Christmas carol

Written on Thursday, 17 December 2020 by Ryan Gray

Christmas carols are all around us this time of year. But how often do we stop to truly appreciate the lyrics? In this post, Ryan helps us think about one verse from a famous carol.


Globe Stories: The story of a Bible

Written on Thursday, 10 December 2020 by Zira Melo

We do love hearing stories of brothers and sisters coming to faith. In this blog, Zira tells the amazing story of her friend coming to Christ because of Zira's Bible.


Reviving prayer

Written on Tuesday, 1 December 2020 by Laura Moench

It's our Week of Prayer! In this blog, Laura explores the wonderful reviving power of prayer.


Pray for Nigeria

Written on Friday, 27 November 2020 by Moyo Oyelade

Nigeria is a country close to our heart. Several of our church family call it home and we will soon send out Anaïs to Nigeria. In this blog, Moyo helps us to continue praying for the country.


Serving at The Globe Church

Written on Friday, 20 November 2020 by Sarah Khan

As a church family, serving is a big part of how we love each other. In this blog, Sarah introduces students and newcomers (and everyone else) to serving at Globe.


Formation in the time of pandemic

Written on Thursday, 12 November 2020 by Charlie Watkins

What shapes you? In this blog, Charlie explores how we are shaped by the world, and also how we can be shaped by the church.


Reflections on Globe Getaway 2020

Written on Thursday, 29 October 2020 by Issy Weller

A few weeks ago, we had our yearly Globe Getaway. In this blog, Issy gives a little taste of what it was like and shares her experience as someone who is quite new to Globe.


Take a risk on generosity

Written on Thursday, 22 October 2020 by Adriana Kerkstra

Jesus is the one who truly keeps us safe. In this blog, Adriana explores some of the implications for how we think about generosity.


Globe Stories: Evan Jones

Written on Tuesday, 13 October 2020 by Evan Jones

We love hearing each other's stories! They help us to know each other better and prompt us to praise our wonderful Saviour. Here is Evan's story...


World Mission

Written on Thursday, 24 September 2020 by Paddy Harris

Say hello to our World Mission team! In this blog, Paddy explains the vision of the team and how we can be involved.


Reflections on John 5 and 6: What are you hoping for?

Written on Tuesday, 8 September 2020 by John Maiden

We’re back in John! It’s been a while, so you may have forgotten what the first bit of John was about. This week on the blog, John (Maiden, not John the gospel writer) shares some of his reflections to jog our memory.


What just happened?

Written on Thursday, 27 August 2020 by Linda Allcock

Church online has been challenging. But there are also advantages! Linda reflects on some of the good things that have come with online church.


Globe Stories: Funlola Olufunwa

Written on Wednesday, 22 July 2020 by Funlola Olufunwa

Jesus calls each of us in a different way so it's always exciting to hear one another's stories. This week Funlola shares hers!


We need to talk about race

Written on Thursday, 9 July 2020 by Esther Kwan

Last Saturday morning, we had a morning of fasting, prayer and discussion about racism. In this blog, Esther opens up about her experience.


How a pilgrimage in Spain helps me understand uncertainty

Written on Thursday, 25 June 2020 by Hannah Conner

This week on the blog, Hannah reflects on the uncertainty that all of us have experienced these past months.


Reflections on the European Leadership Forum

Written on Wednesday, 17 June 2020 by Charlie Watkins

Charlie recently attended the European Leadership Forum, a conference for evangelical leaders. This week on the blog he reflects on what he's learned.


How does this Globe Connect Course work?

Written on Thursday, 11 June 2020 by Nate White

A while ago, we started running our Globe Connect course. Nate has been attending the evenings and he's been trying to invite his mates. In this blog, he shares his experience…


Making Disciples of All Nations

Written on Wednesday, 3 June 2020 by Ellie West

Evangelism is daunting, and that is especially true when others ascribe to a different religion! Ellie shares what she's been learning about this.


Post-Church Q&A: Submission to Authorities

Written on Thursday, 21 May 2020 by Josh Nicholson

Last Sunday, we had a Zoom-Q&A after church to dig a bit deeper into Romans 13:1-7. Josh has summarised the highlights for you in case you weren’t there or if you’re ready for a refresher.


Staying the course

Written on Thursday, 14 May 2020 by Val Archer

It can be so hard to keep going in the Christian faith, especially when times are hard. In this blog, Val shares what has made a difference for her in staying the course.


Is God bigger than a transformer?

Written on Thursday, 7 May 2020 by Gabriella Gray

What does it really mean to receive the kingdom like a little child (Mark 10:15)? This week on the blog, Gabs shares some of the amazing things she's been learning about God as she spends time with children.


The Motivation Challenge: Working from home

Written on Thursday, 30 April 2020 by Adriana Kerkstra

Most of us will have been working from home for the past weeks. Some of us are out of work. How do we continue to work hard as our motivation decreases? Adriana explores a Biblical perspective.


Longing for better days?

Written on Wednesday, 22 April 2020 by Emma Joseph

There are so many things we are waiting for right now. In this blog, Emma helps us understand what it looks like to long for true liberation.


Where’s home for you?

Written on Wednesday, 15 April 2020 by Anaïs Philippe

When lockdown became a reality, we had to choose where to spend it: at our parents? In our London flats? Anaïs stayed in London rather than going back to her parents in Spain. This week on the blog, she reflects on that.


Staying emotionally healthy

Written on Monday, 6 April 2020 by Linda Allcock

Linda shares some thoughts on how to stay healthy whilst isolating ourselves from the routines, friends and social events that are so helpful to our emotional wellbeing.


Caring for the vulnerable

Written on Thursday, 2 April 2020 by Stephen Fletcher

It is now more than ever important to take care of those who are vulnerable in our communities. But what does that look like? Stephen speaks from experience.



Written on Monday, 30 March 2020 by Tiya Thomas-Alexander

All of us are suddenly experiencing an increase in isolation. Tiya shares her reflections.


10 things to pray for Christian healthcare workers

Written on Thursday, 26 March 2020 by Ashley Stewart

The coming weeks and months will be an exceptionally tough time for our healthcare workers. This week on the blog, Ashley helps us pray for them.


Bible Journaling: Exploring a new way to connect with God

Written on Monday, 23 March 2020 by Nikki Hannon

There are many different ways to spend time in God's word. This week on the blog, Nikki explains what Bible journaling is and how it helps her connect with God.


Spending time in the Word together online

Written on Thursday, 19 March 2020 by Adriana Kerkstra

How do we encourage each other and point each other to Christ when we’re not able to meet up face-to-face? For the past few months, Adriana and her Dutch friend Marlene have solved this by meeting up online to do One21. This week on the blog, they share their experience.


Personal reflections on COVID-19

Written on Thursday, 12 March 2020 by Jana Berker

While travelling in Southeast Asia, Jana couldn't help but think about the Coronavirus. This week on the blog, she shares her experiences and ultimately how it's driven her to pray to our sovereign God.


Why are we called to care for our creation?

Written on Thursday, 5 March 2020 by Asha Kurien

Next Wednesday, March 11th, our first big event of this Have You Ever Wondered Month will be a panel discussion about environmentalism. This week on the blog, Asha, one of our panel members, gives us a sneak preview.


A Reason to Sing: Worshipping God Alone

Written on Thursday, 27 February 2020 by Joe Smith

There are a whole load of reasons why we sing together as a church family. Joe shares some thoughts on just one of them…


Boldly and Confidently Proclaiming the Gospel

Written on Thursday, 13 February 2020 by Josh Nicholson

We have some big evangelistic events coming up in March! This week, Josh encourages us to be bold and confident as we follow Jesus' commands and reach out to those around us.


Let's think about prayer..

Written on Thursday, 6 February 2020 by Ema Colta

In December, we had our Week of Prayer. Just yesterday, we had our monthly prayer meeting. Prayer is a big part of a church family life! This week on the Blog, Ema reflects on why and how we pray.


Culture Care: Reconnecting with Beauty for Our Common Life

Written on Wednesday, 29 January 2020 by Charlie Watkins

Who has time for beauty anymore? We have places to be, work to do, mouths to feed. Yet even in the rush of our busy lives, we need to feed our souls too. This week on the blog, Charlie shares what the Creative Team has been reading.


Book Review: The Gospel Comes with a House Key

Written on Thursday, 16 January 2020 by James Doc

Why is Christian hospitality important? What even is Christian hospitality? Review Rosaria Butterfield's The Gospel Comes with a House Key, James helps us answer this question.


How much should I push myself? Part 2

Written on Saturday, 11 January 2020 by Clare Doughty

This question can be especially difficult for those struggling with poor mental health. Following David and Linda, Clare shares her experience.


How much should I push myself? Part 1

Written on Thursday, 9 January 2020 by David Sharpe

This is a question that people frequently struggle with when suffering with poor mental health. David Sharpe and Linda Allcock share their insights to help us begin to answer that question.


Christmas at Webber Street

Written on Saturday, 28 December 2019 by Jana Berker

While Christmas is nearly universal, it can look very different to different people! This week on the blog, Jana reflects on celebrating Christmas with the London homeless community.


Globe Student Weekend Away: Truly finding home in London

Written on Thursday, 12 December 2019 by Sara Flo

Thanks to some relentless advertising, we should by now all be aware that the Student Weekend Away is happening in January! But why should students bother to sign up? And why should non-students be praying for it? Sara explains.


Go Tell it on the Mountain

Written on Thursday, 5 December 2019 by Rachel Weller

It's that time of the year: Carol services all around! Rachel explains why they're so special and why it is worth inviting your friends and colleagues.


A Life Marked by Prayer

Written on Thursday, 28 November 2019 by Amanda-Lee Maddocks

"If my life has been marked by anything this year, it has to be prayer." At the start of prayer week, Amanda-Lee shares with us how prayer has shaped her life this past year.


Life at Oak Hill Bible College

Written on Tuesday, 12 November 2019 by Nate White

What do people actually do at Bible College? What is “theological education”? Nate shares what it’s like to study at Oak Hill Bible College.


Generous: Sacrificially sharing our time, talent and treasures

Written on Thursday, 7 November 2019 by Kimberly Davis

We don’t exist to build a name for ourselves, but to make Christ known. The Globe Church therefore wants to be a generous church, willing to share what God has given us. Kimberly explores what this means.


Missional: Living to make Jesus known to people

Written on Wednesday, 30 October 2019 by Ryan Gausden

Because we believe that only Jesus can change people’s lives, The Globe Church aims to be a missional church. Using what we learned at Globe Getaway, Ryan helps us think about what it means to be missional.


Relational: Building relationship across London

Written on Wednesday, 23 October 2019 by Ben Cousins

Embracing and overcoming city life to be a family is what The Globe Church aims to do by being ‘relational.’ This week, Ben shares why being a relational church is important to him.


Discipling: Looking forward to this year’s Globe Getaway

Written on Wednesday, 16 October 2019 by Sally Palmer

One of The Globe Church’s church values is to be a discipling church. This week on the blog, Sally looks forward to next week’s Globe Getaway and she reflects on how it helps us be a discipling church.


Finding peace in a chaotic city

Written on Monday, 23 September 2019 by Cherith Brown

A year into living in London, Cherith reflects on how church and the university Christian Union has been a comfort and support as she has found her feet in this new city.


Settling and Staying with Disruptive Jobs

Written on Monday, 16 September 2019 by James

Moving to London can mean starting out on the 9-to-5, but work can also be shift patterns, changing each week. James shares some ideas to help you settle and stay in a church in the midst of an unsettled work pattern.


The beginning of the journey

Written on Tuesday, 10 September 2019 by Phil and Vicki

Phil and Vicki are preparing to work in South-East Asia, here they share more of the journey that God is taking them on…


Preparing for a year as a Ministry Trainee

Written on Tuesday, 27 August 2019 by Adriana Kerkstra

Last year Adriana joined The Globe Church not sure if she really needed to be part of a church anyway… now she is preparing to give a year to work with the church on the Ministry Trainee Scheme. She explains what changed…


It's a Battle. Reflections on The Lord's Prayer

Written on Monday, 8 July 2019 by Ryan Gausden

Recently we have come to the end of a sermon series looking at The Lord’s Prayer. Ryan shares how this series has challenged him to think about prayer.


Gospel Shaped Art

Written on Monday, 1 July 2019 by Charlie Watkins

What does it mean to make art for the glory of God? Charlie explores the subject in relation to his music and performing…


…as we also have forgiven our debtors?

Written on Tuesday, 18 June 2019 by Anonymous

As we’ve been studying The Lord’s Prayer together we’ve been challenged as a family of how we act in light of it. How can we really forgive our debtors?


Globe Stories: Flo Mella

Written on Tuesday, 11 June 2019 by Flo Mella

Flo shares her story of how she has found a love that will not let her go…


Life after death

Written on Tuesday, 21 May 2019 by Alice Cudmore

The last couple of months have been hard; a time of sadness and grief. Alice reflects on how Jesus encourages us to lift our eyes past the sadness.


Revive 2019

Written on Tuesday, 7 May 2019 by Mark Winterlin

Each June we take a weekend to gather with the other church families that make up the Co-Mission network. Revive is coming up and Mark explains more…


Globe Stories: Adriana Kerkstra

Written on Tuesday, 9 April 2019 by Adriana Kerkstra

Adriana grew up considering herself a Christian, however didn't get what it meant… but that changed when she spent a week seeing more of what genuine Christianity looked like. She explains more…


Cheerfully Given

Written on Tuesday, 2 April 2019 by Trevor Archer

The Bible has a lot to say about giving. Jesus spoke about money more than any other subject! Which makes our reluctance to talk about money a bit odd…


Globe Stories: Joe Bonham-Carter

Written on Tuesday, 26 March 2019 by Joe Bonham-Carter

Last Sunday we had the joy of baptised four members of The Globe Church as they publically confessed their faith in Jesus Christ. Joe shares his story…


Partnering with Castres

Written on Monday, 11 March 2019 by Joe Smith

In April a team from Globe will be going to support a week of evangelism in a small church plant in Southern France… But how can we begin to pray for the church now and in the future?


Grace and joy delivered by the Lord

Written on Monday, 4 March 2019 by Sam Norman

Two weeks ago we had the joy in our church service together of celebrating and giving thanks for the new birth of Hannah Norman. Sam shares with us the journey the family has been on…


Turning a Corner

Written on Tuesday, 5 February 2019 by Amanda-Lee Maddocks

Over the last year we've been partnering with Webber Street, a ministry of London City Mission to the homeless in our community. Amanda shares more about a new ministry there…


One21 a year in…

Written on Tuesday, 22 January 2019 by Ben Cousins

It’s been 12 months since One21 launched at The Globe Church, Ben shares how he uses it and how it has shaped his experience and growth.


Celebrating Gospel Partnership

Written on Tuesday, 8 January 2019 by Trevor Archer

September ‘18 marked our third birthday at Globe. Three years since the partnership between the FIEC and Co-Mission to plant a church on the South Bank of London became visible, but it was a plan that had been in motion longer…


Remembering the Best Year Ever

Written on Tuesday, 18 December 2018 by Adriana Kerkstra

This term in small group Bible studies The Globe Church has been looking at Luke 4–6 where Jesus proclaims the start of the Best Year Ever! Adriana looks back on some of the highlights.


Starting to Pray

Written on Tuesday, 4 December 2018 by Linda Allcock

A whole week of prayer can be an intimidating idea… where can we start?


Delighting in Dependence

Written on Tuesday, 27 November 2018 by Yusef Berker

In the first week of December our church family is devoting the week to prayer, both privately and together. But why is this so important, and why should we be excited about it?


Choosing to Cling on to God

Written on Tuesday, 20 November 2018 by Sam Norman

How do you cling on to God when the realities of the curse in Genesis 3 hit home?


Short reflections from Globe GetAway

Written on Monday, 5 November 2018 by James Doc

The theme of this year's GetAway was 'Moving Forward'. Lizzy, Tom, Skye, Simeon and Ollie share some of their reflections from our time together.


One Small Step to Move Forward

Written on Monday, 5 November 2018 by Clare Doughty

Two weeks on from Globe Getaway Clare looks back on what we learnt as a church and shares her thoughts around what it looks like for us and us to take steps in moving forward…


Planting Hope in Vauxhall

Written on Tuesday, 30 October 2018 by Milly Savill

In September The Globe Church sent out a team to plant Hope Church Vauxhall. Two months in Milly Savill shares how it's going.


When I don’t feel one-ness

Written on Tuesday, 16 October 2018 by Jonty Allcock

God’s intention for humanity was not to do life alone, but marriage was paving the way for something so much bigger… the church! But what happens when it doesn't feel like the church is all it is made out to be?


Mental Health and the Maker of all Things

Written on Monday, 8 October 2018 by Dan

This summer didn't go the way that Dan expected; plans of travelling were pushed out after being sectioned following a psychotic episode…


Globe GetAway: Moving Forward

Written on Friday, 5 October 2018 by James Doc

Each year at the end of October, The Globe Church set aside a Saturday for a day away together. This year the theme is 'Moving Forward'…


Resting with God

Written on Tuesday, 2 October 2018 by Linda Allcock

On Sunday Phil explored day seven in creation; God has finished the world so that he can rest in it with his people. How can we now sit down and enjoy it with him? Linda Allcock shares her reflections…


Making the Most of Your Student Life

Written on Wednesday, 26 September 2018 by Yusef Berker

As the university term begins how does being a Christian ground you as a student? Yusuf, one of our ministry trainees, shares five reflections…


Getting to know Jonny Miller and the role of the eldership

Written on Friday, 21 September 2018 by James Doc

On Sunday we commissioned Jonny Miller as he joins the eldership of The Globe Church. We got to find out a bit more about him and the role of the elders within Globe.


Holding out hope in Southeast Asia

Written on Monday, 17 September 2018 by James Doc

At The Globe Church we want to be a people who are confidently living to make Christ known to all people, and we long to be a church committed to doing that globally…


Three tips for settling in a church in London

Written on Thursday, 13 September 2018 by Jonty Allcock

When you move to a new town or city finding a church is an important thing to think about. Jonty, pastor at The Globe Church, gives three tips for getting settled quickly.


To cancel or not to cancel

Written on Monday, 9 July 2018 by Jonny Miller

Our midweek meeting clashes with the England World Cup Semi Final… Jonny Miller, one of our elders and a passionate sports fan, took some time to help us think through some principles.


Reflecting on the last 12 months

Written on Tuesday, 3 July 2018 by Linda Allcock

As we enter into the summer months, it has become a good time for the staff team to reflect back on the last 12 months and to see God's kindness to our church family. Linda Allcock shares some of the highlights.


A Better Hero in One21

Written on Tuesday, 8 May 2018 by James Doc

Using One21 to open the bible with your friends who don't know Jesus…


The gospel in spring

Written on Thursday, 29 March 2018 by Alice Cudmore

The clocks have changed, the long summer nights are coming back… Alice starts exploring how we can see a picture of the Gospel as the seasons change.


Preparing for the Revolutionary

Written on Thursday, 22 March 2018 by Evan John

Sometimes, the world of the Bible can seem very distant from ours. John the Baptist, a wandering preacher with a diet of insects and wild honey, hardly seems like someone who could be relevant to our lives today...


Wonder by the River

Written on Monday, 12 March 2018 by Alice Cudmore

Throughout March The Globe Church has started having conversations on the Southbank. We're engaging with people on their way to work or as they visit the sights on London asking them a big question to get people thinking about God…


Introducing The Mark Drama

Written on Friday, 2 March 2018 by James Doc

On Saturday 10th March we're hosting a performance of The Mark Drama. Charlie explains a little bit more about it…


Should I quit my job?

Written on Tuesday, 13 February 2018 by Phil Tinker

If evangelism is so important, shouldn’t we all quit our jobs to do full time ministry?


These aren't just empty words

Written on Thursday, 8 February 2018 by Clare Doughty

This term we relaunched Globe Equip. Clare reflects on our first session as we looked through Mark's gospel together.


We're hosting Christianity Explored…

Written on Thursday, 25 January 2018 by James Doc

On Wednesday evenings, starting 31st January, we’re going to be running a Christianity Explored course alongside Globe Focus and Central.



Written on Monday, 22 January 2018 by James Doc

A tool to help us to take what we're hearing on a Sunday into the rest of our week…


Where to find The Globe Church this Christmas

Written on Wednesday, 13 December 2017 by Jonty Allcock

Over the next few weeks we are going to be moving around a bit; here's the diary to help you get to the right venue this month!


Is there more to Advent?

Written on Thursday, 7 December 2017 by Alice Cudmore

The hopes and fears of all the years are met in Thee tonight…


Week of Prayer

Written on Thursday, 30 November 2017 by Phil Tinker

4-10th December: Faith looks like prayer. It is how we put our faith into action…


Facing God with your Failure

Written on Tuesday, 14 November 2017 by Phil Tinker

You’ve sat through a sermon where it feels like every word was spoken to you. Your stomach is in knots, convicted of your utter sinfulness. What do you do?


Reflecting on Globe Get Away

Written on Friday, 3 November 2017 by Clare Doughty

"They all gave out of their wealth; but she, out of her poverty, put in everything - all she had to live on…" - Mark 12:44


Understanding the cross

Written on Sunday, 24 September 2017 by Phil Tinker

How can we understand the cross for ourselves? On our own we can't, but Paul points beyond us to the work of the Holy Spirit to help us grasp it's significance.


Deeper meetup (3)

Written on Monday, 12 June 2017 by Linda Allcock


Digital doorposts

Written on Thursday, 27 April 2017 by James Doc

These words should be on your heart. You shall teach them diligently... bind them on your hands... write them on your doorposts and gates.


Deeper (1): Amos

Written on Friday, 3 March 2017 by Linda Allcock

For women at Globe. Deeper into God through his word. Deeper in our relationships through honest sharing.


If history could be folded, where would you put the crease?

Written on Sunday, 27 March 2016 by Phil Tinker


The life of William Cowper

Written on Wednesday, 2 December 2015 by Sally-Anne Jackman

God moves in a mysterious way…


Jesus is a warrior

Written on Tuesday, 1 December 2015 by Jonty Allcock


Worship in the Psalms

Written on Monday, 9 November 2015 by Jonty Allcock


The Fridge

Written on Tuesday, 20 October 2015 by Linda Allcock


Cross Bones Graveyard

Written on Monday, 12 October 2015 by Jonty Allcock


God has demonstrated his love

Written on Wednesday, 30 September 2015 by Jonty Allcock