As well as all our regular meetings, we often have special events or series, and we’d love to welcome you to these as well. For further details, please see below: meeting times are also posted outside the Chapel and are available as a flyer as well; special events are announced in advance each week. Most meetings take place in the main hall, except where specified, so please come along to the entrance on the High Road. All meetings take place in the will of God.
Every Sunday, 11am until around noon. The believers in fellowship at Brook Street Chapel meet for the ‘Lord’s Supper’ out of obedience to the command of the Lord Jesus Christ to remember Him (Luke 22:17-20), and to “show forth His death until He come” (1 Corinthians 11:26). The service may include hymns of praise and worship, prayer and Bible reading in harmony with our purpose to remember the Lord Jesus. We then ‘break bread’ (sometimes known as ‘communion’) by sharing bread and wine between ourselves as the Lord did with His disciples. The service is approximately one hour long.
All-Age Service and Gospel Presentation
Every first and third Sunday of the month, from 12:30pm to 1:30pm, we warmly invite you to our All-Age Service for a time of singing, quizzes and a thought from the Bible.
Every Sunday except the first of each month, we invite you to our Evening Gospel Presentation. The meeting runs from 6:30pm to 7:15pm.
Sunday School and Bible Class
Sunday School for children of all ages takes place on the second, fourth and fifth Sundays of each month (during term-time) at 12:30pm, for around one hour. Children of secondary age or older are invited to join our Bible Class, which offers a more thorough study of the Bible and the ways we can apply it to our lives. We are always very happy to welcome new members for Bible teaching, games, singing and quizzes.
Ladies’ Bible Study
A Bible study time just for ladies, running during term-time. The Ladies’ Bible Study takes place on the second, fourth and fifth Sundays of each month, and takes place between 12:30pm and 1:30pm.
7:45pm – 8:15pm
8:15pm – 9pm
10:30am – 11.45am
Please join us any time between these hours for a free cup of tea or coffee, or a piece of homemade cake and a chat in the room at the rear of the hall, accessible from the side entrance. Free Bible literature will also be available on these occasions. Please note, the drop in will not be running during the summer holidays.
Men’s Bible Study
An informal, discussion-based Bible study takes place on the third Friday of each month from 8pm to around 9:15pm, during term-time.
We are also involved in work amongst some of the marginalised populations of Tottenham, including free breakfasts for the homeless and unemployed. We look forward to welcoming you to any or all of our regular meetings!Friday@8
At the same time as Men’s Bible study there is a Bible study group for teenage girls. Please email us if you would like to find out further information and/or to join us.
An interactive book club for girls from secondary school age upwards takes place on the second Saturday evening of each month. If you are interested in finding out more or joining us please email us in advance.
Alongside our regular meetings (details below), we often have other events running – this section will be updated regularly. You can also subscribe (via RSS) to our news feed, or our mailing list for details of events.
Each year we hold several special services at Easter, harvest and Christmas time, including a carol service and a free Christmas dinner.
From time to time we hold a service of baptism by full immersion, a principle taught in the Bible. You can find out exactly what it means here.
We hold frequent report meetings from missionaries serving God around the world. In recent months we have heard reports from Brian Howden (Angola), Nitish Patel (India), the Society for the Distribution of Hebrew Scriptures, Stephen Davies (Tanzania) and Richard McLenaghan (Operation Brotherly Love).