The message of


In the heart of


Welcome to

Hope Church Vauxhall

Although we meet in a place, Hope Church is really a group of people - a family devoted to God, to each other and to Vauxhall.

Whatever your background and whatever your story, the good news about Jesus is the only thing that can bring real hope. That’s why we love telling people about Jesus and keeping him central in everything we do.

We want Hope Church to be a place where people of all ages and from all backgrounds can come together and hear the life-changing, hope-bringing message of Jesus.

Come and join us.

You might be reading this and thinking, 'I want to know more about Jesus, the Bible or Christianity'. If that is you then one of the Hope Church Family would love to meet with you and do 'Urban Catechism'. To find out more about this click the link under the picture to the right that says Urban Catechism.

Sundays at Hope

Church Service

  • Every Sunday
  • 11am at Hope Church
  • 105 Tyers Street, Vauxhall, SE11 5HS

Everyone is welcome on Sundays – you don’t need to be a ‘good’ or ‘churchy’ person and you don’t need to wear anything special.

On Sundays we will always open the Bible and hear God speak to us through his word. We will talk a lot about Jesus – because we believe he is the real hope for Vauxhall. We will sing songs that praise God and we will talk to Him in prayer. We also learn amazing truths through rap! We love sharing food together and so we end our Sundays with a meal.

Our Sundays are family friendly and we have a children’s group for primary school age children during the service. We also have Spanish Translation for all our services.

This is what matters


As a church we want to be all about Jesus. We believe that the whole of the Bible is about him, that he is the centre of all things, and that he is the hope of the world.

The Message of Hope

Hope is not an idea or a desire, it is not wishful thinking or finger-crossing. Real hope is absolute confidence that what God has promised will come true because of Jesus. Hope is a person. Hope is Jesus. It is this message of hope that we want to proclaim.

In the Heart of Vauxhall

We are passionate about Vauxhall. As we plant Hope Church in the heart of the place, we pray that the message of hope will be planted in the hearts of the people.


The weekly schedule…

Hope Church is open Monday – Friday between 9am and 5pm, do drop in!

We host specific events throughout the week.


Hope Church Sunday Gathering



Monday Night Football

6.00pm – 7.00pm (Boys and girls, aged 6-15)
7.00pm – 8.00pm (Aged 16+)

A football session for all abilities. Meet at Vauxhall Primary School Pitch entrance on Tyers Terrace


Little Stars ⭐

10am – 11.30am (0–4 year olds)

A toddler group with toys, songs and Bible stories


Hope Cafe

11.30pm – 1.30pm

Come, hang out, chat and enjoy a cup of Tea or Coffee and a Full English for £2

Vauxhall Foodbank (Now back running during Hope Cafe)

11.30pm – 1.30pm

For more information call 07398 860992

Hope Groups


Eating and looking at the bible together in various homes around the Vauxhall Estate


Girls Club (New)

7pm – 9pm (Girls, years 8+)

A Youth Group with games, food and Bible


Boys Youth Club

5:30-7pm and 7:30-9pm

Lunch and Bible Study

1.00pm – 2.30pm


All events take place at Hope Church, 105 Tyers Street, Vauxhall, SE11 5HS.

For more information drop in or call 02075 822 618.

Hope Church Team

Jaz Goodyear

Jaz Goodyear

Jaz joined the team in early 2018. She ensures the smooth running of the centre, keeping on top of a mountain of tasks so that we can keep our doors open to the local community. She is married to Shane and they have two young children.

Kev Croft

Kev Croft

Kev is one of the Elders at Hope Church Vauxhall and the London City Mission Team Leader for Lambeth. He’s a proper South Londoner, a long-suffering Millwall Fan and loves telling people about Jesus. Kev is married to Rebecca and they have two children.

Sam Gibb

Sam Gibb

Sam is the Pastor and Church planter of Hope Church Vauxhall. He was born in Wandsworth, moved to the Midlands, fell in love with a northerner (his now wife Charlie) and has ended up back in South London. Sam loves teaching the Bible and telling people about Jesus. You can contact him on:

Shane Goodyear

Shane Goodyear

Shane was brought up on a council estate in South London and became a Christian after a colleague refused to stop talking to him about Jesus. Shane looks after our Football project and our youth group for teenage boys. He is married to Jaz and they have two children. For some reason he supports Arsenal.