Fellowship Times & Location

 St Giles In The Fields Church Vestry. 60 St Giles High Street. London. WC2H 8LG.

Asylum Fellowship Every Sunday 3.30 - 5.30pm. 
 Fellowship Free Shared Meal 3.30pm (Every 1st Sunday)
 Prayer Meeting 2pm (Every 3rd Sunday)
 Praise Party 3.30pm (Every 3rd Sunday)

Bible Study 7pm ( Every other Tuesday, Starbucks, 129 Charing Cross Rd,  WC2H 0EA )


For years we met in the world famous Intrepid Fox pub. Since it closed, we now meet in the vestry building at the back of the main St Giles-in-the-Fields Church, (Nearest tube : Tottenham Court Road).
See this map for our location. For transport details see this page from the St Giles-in-the-Fields Church website.

If you've been disillusioned by some Christians in the past, you're not alone...we have too! So we started a  fellowship to try to meet the needs of the subcultures, offering support, whether it's prayer or just a listening ear. The fellowship is for those who feel they don't fit in to conventional church, or have no relationship with Christ, but want to know about him.

Our "services" revolve around discussion topics, which we take turns to facilitate each week. It may be kicked off by a video clip, a bible verse or current topics in the news.
We do the same for worship and aim to explore different styles which incorporate music, art, poetry and general creativity to connect with God.

We also have snacks to munch on through out the meeting in case you're peckish! Feel free to bring snacks to contribute if you'd like to. After the meeting we usually go for something to eat together in the local area. 

The first Sunday of each month we try to have a shared meal where good food is provided to eat during the fellowship and then we all go to Asylum's Crypt club after. So if you can't afford to eat out with us every sunday, this is for you, but do feel free to bring something filling to share if you like'd to. 

On the 3rd Sunday we have a prayer meeting at 2pm followed by a praise party at 3.30pm where everyone is invited to join in with worship in a style of their choice, be it music, poetry, art, etc.

Prayer and friendship are always available but never forced. No one is obligated to do or say anything.

It doesn't matter whether you are a follower of Christ or not...EVERYONE IS VERY WELCOME!

Here's a small selection of some subjects that have been discussed so far at The Asylum Fellowship : 

  • What does it mean to be a Christian?
  • What is the difference between religion and Christianity?
  • Anarchy 
  • Censorship
  • How does God feel about women?
  • How do we reflect Christ?
  • S&M & Spirituality
  • Pornography and Sex 
  • Depression 
  • Science and God
  • Homosexuality