House on the Rock London is

a daughter church of House on the Rock Churches, headquartered in Lagos Nigeria.

This vibrant daughter Church was planted in the city of London by our Metropolitan Senior Pastor: Pastor Paul Adefarasin in 1996 to be a springboard for ministry in the United Kingdom, Europe, the Americas and unto the ends of the earth. He named it the London Lighthouse in line with its mission to be light of the gospel in a dark world.

Temi Odejide is the Resident Pastor of the Church taking over from the last Pastor, Omawumi Michael Efueye in August 2012.

We are a multiracial, multiethnic and diverse group of people, from the young to the old, striving to truly be a 'Home For All'. An embracing and expressive people, who believe in the efficacy of the Word God, exuberant worship and enabling community.

Our Vision
To reach a hurt and dying generation with Jesus's message of hope, faith, restoration and purpose. To be a true New Testament Church fulfilling Christ's Reconciliation mandate in the earth. To raise leaders that are utilizing and maximizing all their God-given gifts, talents and skills for the Kingdom. To be an apostolic platform from where other Churches, Ministries and missions would be birthed.

Our Simple Process
To help you discover God and then discover yourself in God and finally discover your place in the Church and the world. You can read more about this on our discover pages.

Our Mission
To help you discover, build, enhance and fulfill your destiny and life with the Word of God.

Our Message
Is of one of Hope and Faith

Our Core Values
An acronym for our Core Values is www.neulife.set standing for

Word - Worship - Warfare (Prayers) - Networking - Excellence - User Friendliness - Leadership - Innovation - Family Values - Empowerment - Social Relevance - Embracing Diversity - Training

Partners & Projects
We partner with many different organisations and support a wide range of projects, some of which you can see below, including missionaries to Kenya, India and China.

                        

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