A New Minister For London

London City Presbyterian Church announce new minister.

The Congregation of London City Presbyterian Church (LCPC) is delighted to announce that Rev. Andy Longwe has accepted its call to serve as their minister. Andy and his wife Marina have been serving the Cumbernauld congregation in the Glasgow and Argyll Presbytery. 

Andy will join a ministry team with the Associate Minister, Harrison Perkins and three elders, Gabriel Amorim, Adam de Jong, and Dick Haffenden. 

The London congregation reflects the diverse and cosmopolitan population of London. The congregation grew significantly during the ministry of Rev. Andy Pearson (now serving in Dundee) and the congregation has continued to grow even after becoming vacant in March 2021.  

Andy, Marina, Theo and Ellie will move to London in the new year. We will let you know the date and time of the induction once it has been agreed. Please pray for the congregation and pray for Andy and his family as they prepare to leave Cumbernauld and settle in London. Pray that God would continue to use LCPC to build up God’s people and to reach out with the good news of Jesus Christ to the people of our great city. 

The congregation of LCPC meets in St Botolph’s Church on Aldersgate not far from St Pauls Cathedral and next to the Museum of London. So if you are visiting London, join us for worship and fellowship on Sundays at 11 and 5.30. 

Check out their website for more information, https://lcpc.org.uk/