Welcome to Christ Church Spitalfields - CCSPITS. We are a vibrant and friendly Anglican church in London’s East End, with a vision to see Jesus loved, Churches grown and Society transformed. It would be great to meet you. — Andy Rider, Rector



Everything we do at CCSPITS is focused on Jesus. Jesus is the name above all names, and his star-breathing, storm-calming, miracle-working power is second to none. Yet he is also a personal friend who knows what we are going through and cares about us. That’s why the Bible also calls him “Immanuel” -  which means 'God with us.'

Our passion at CCSPITS is for more and more people to get to know Jesus and his love for us. Join us one Sunday or try out Alpha.


We love to meet together to worship Jesus, to listen to him speak, and to invite God to send his Holy Spirit into our lives.

Our weekly services are on Sunday at 10:30 including CCSPITS Kids, and Sunday 17:00 including CCSPITS Students.



Alpha is an international course run in over 169 countries and in more than 112 languages, with over 27 million people having attended the course.

Alpha is an opportunity for people like you to ask questions about life and meaning, to explore questions about God and destiny. You might like to find out more and we’d love to invite you onto our next course. 



CCSPITS midweek groups are life of the church – they’re where we meet other people, ask questions, pray together and grow in faith.


I'm a student

Here at CCSPITS we love students. If you’re currently at university or aged 25 and under then we are here to be a home for you.

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We're a family

There is so much going on for families of all ages, we would love you to get involved in all that we have going on at CCSPITS.

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Join us for our next Newcomer Lunch if you’re new to our church family. You’ll get to meet some people, find out how to get plugged into church and lunch is on us!


get involved

We’d love to hear from you if you want to get involved more! Join a CCSPITS team to help out in practical ways with the life and work of the church.