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All Nations Church, Clapham Park

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All Nations is a happy and friendly church where you can be yourself and soon feel at home. It is an international church – about 40 different nations.

Sunday Service:

11:00am - 13:00pm


Click here for the online calendar with details of upcoming events and services.

The Bonneville Centre

Bonneville Centre hosts a number of community services in the Clapham Park and surrounding areas. Some of the activities that take place at the centre are:

- Caleb Club

Caleb Club is a friendship club for those older in years, but still very active in mind.

You are welcome to join us in our very warm and encouraging environment, where you can meet and make new friends; and also have some refreshments.

There are  a range of activities for users to join in with: visiting speakers, film screenings, quizzes and arts and crafts classes.

The Club meets every Thursday  from 11am - 1pm.

Please click here for more information or ring 0208 6730639.

- Clapham Park Foodbank

Clapham Park Foodbank meets at the Kings Cafe in the Bonneville Centre Tuesday and Friday only - between 11.00am and 2.00pm. Click here for more details.

- The King's Cafe

The Kings Cafe is an on-site extension of All Nations by which we open our doors throughout the week to everyone, providing a safe, relaxing place in which you can socialise, study and find respite. Click here for the Cafe's opening hours.

- Learning Centre

The Learning Centre is a well equipped facility that provides education and training opportunities for all.

Services include:

- Internet Cafe
- Free Wi-Fi Facilities
- Free Computer Training Courses for Adults
- Employment Advice & Support

The centre is open from 10am - 6pm on Tuesday - Friday.

Please ring Tony on 020 8673 0639 for more information on available courses.


The Bonneville Centre, 12 Poynders Road, Clapham Park, London, SW4 8NY
0208 673 0639
50, 355
Clapham South

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