We are a Christian Fellowship meeting in North London with a strong interest in teaching
the Bible and understanding our time in the light of Bible prophecy. We welcome people
from all races and ages and would be pleased to see you at our meetings.
We look at the Bible in its Jewish context and have links to the Messianic movement.
We invite you to join us for our services on Sunday mornings at 11am and at 6.30pm.
The nearest underground station is Golders Green. Our morning services are family
oriented with praise and worship and Sunday School facilities. At the moment Tony
Pearce is going through John’s Gospel.
We also have visiting speakers and other members of the fellowship teaching. In the
evenings we have a Messianic style of worship with teaching on the Jewish roots of
our faith and the relevance of end time prophecies to the church, Israel and the
After both morning and evening services there is an opportunity to have fellowship
and prayer for any needs people may have. Meetings for Bible study and prayer take
place during the week and we go out to evangelise in the area regularly. On our website
we have articles written by Tony Pearce who also writes and edits the magazine Light
for the Last Days.
The Bridge Christian Fellowship was founded in 1911 as Temple
Fortune Gospel Hall at a time when most of the surrounding area
was Fields belonging to Decoy Farm. For many years it was run as
an Open Brethren Assembly known as Bridge Lane Chapel, but when
the congregation began to dwindle during the 1990’s Tony Pearce
was asked to lead it. Since that time the fellowship has changed
in many ways and we are pleased to see a number of younger people joining us. However
we remain committed to the idea of a local self governing meeting of Christians who
believe the Bible to be the Word of God. Tony Pearce once worked as a school teacher
in the area, working at Hendon School and Hasmonean Boys’ School. He and his wife
Barbara have long associations with the area.
The fellowship is open to all who wish to come. We believe the Bible is relevant
to today’s troubled world and gives us the only hope for the future as we look for
the return of the Lord Jesus the Messiah who died for us and rose again from the
dead to give forgiveness and eternal life to all who call on His name.