Tulse Hill Methodist Church

Tulse Hill Methodist Church                                        
138 Christchurch Road
London SW2 3DQ

Pastoral Oversight:  Rev. Andrew
Sunday Worship:  
10:30 a.m.
Junior Church:  10:30 a.m.

Thursday:  7:00 p.m.  Choir Practice

On Bus Routes:  2, 201, 415, 432, 689, 690, P13

Direction:  See map below...


Good news from us here at Tulse Hill, finally, we recently had new signs put up, displaying Tulse Hill Methodist Church boldly outside the front and side of the Church which can be noticed coming from all directions connecting to the South Circular Road, as part of the improvement project for the premises.  Praise God for His blessings and provision!

Despite the constant issues suffered here at Tulse Hill due to vandalism by the public, the Church is vibrant with its congregation creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere to anyone who walks through the entrance.  Come and visit us and experience an amazing worship with us, a feeling you will never forget.

In the absence of Rev. Dart we have a fantastic support from Rev. Lena Ali who has always been at the other end of the phone when we needed her, we say a big ‘thank you’ to her.

As you are all aware our dear sister Florence lost her beloved son Jason Kwapong in a car accident on 10 June 2017. There was a vigil at Tulse Hill in his honour which was very well attended.

The Funeral Service was held at Brixton Hill Methodist Church last Friday 21 July.  The Church was full pack and it was a very sad & emotional day not only for the family but everyone who love him -  Jason you’re sadly missed by family & friends.  Please let us continue to support our sister and  family in prayers, may God give them the strength to get pass through this sad times.

Date for your Diaries

Tulse Hill will be holding a Hymnathon on Saturday - 23 September in the Church.  All are invited to participateor attend.  Refreshment will be served and there will be Children's entertainment throughout the day.  All proceeds will go towards our new Church Organ and Spires Homeless Charity.

Please come and support this event by contacting  Samzu on 07771864174 or
Vidal on 07483850544.


Submitted by:  Carmen Garnett





On Saturday 24th September Tulse Hill was packed for a very special celebration. After much hard work, prayer and careful planning we were able to hold a Service of Dedication for our new pipe organ.  It was a wonderful occasion and we were so pleased to welcome friends from around the Circuit, past members, Ecumenical neighbours and special guests.

The Service was led by our own minister, the Rev. Andrew Dart, and our guest preacher was the Rev. Emmanuel Aggrey-Ogoe who was a former Minister of the old Streatham and Dulwich Circuit.  In his powerful Sermon he reminded us that we are called to sing praise to God.  We were delighted to welcome our guest organist for the occasion, Marilyn Harper MA, FRCO, GRSM, ARMCM, Cert Ed., who not only played the hymns but also treated us to a recital which included J. S. Bach’s Toccata and fugue in d minor BWV 565.  This powerful piece helped us appreciate the quality of sound that our new pipe organ is able to produce and we were happily reassured that our decision to commission a purpose built pipe organ, as opposed to an off the peg electronic one, was the right one.  The Tulse Hill Church choir has practiced some special songs for the occasion and the whole Service was joyful and uplifting.

Afterwards everyone went downstairs where refreshments had been lovingly prepared by members of the congregation and so we were able to conclude our Celebration with a time of fellowship and food. To mark the special occasion every guest was given a special bookmark (picture attached) to remind them of the happy event.