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Welcome

New Wine Ichthus Islington is a growing multicultural church. We want to see the love of Jesus spreading through the local community and beyond. We invite you to join us for our Sunday meetings at 11.00am at Ringcross Community Centre and enjoy sharing what God is doing as we praise Him in worship and listen to His Word in the preaching. There are activities on the premises for children and youth and the whole congregation enjoy lunch together on the last Sunday of every month.

About Us

New Wine Church in Holloway was born from a natural response of the leadership & the congregation of an Islington church to the heart of God for the area.  In the seventeen years the Church has been planted from the then Methodist Church; we have sought to address some of the ‘felt needs’ of the community by engaging ourselves in greater measures and getting involved in practical issues.

• We campaigned for two years to keep the Ringcross Primary School open, which was one of the only ‘non-faith schools’ in the borough. By taking the Chair of Governors Post we fought on behalf of the school and of the parents against the Council who were set on closing it down.

• We ran a Saturday Children’s Club (Patch Club) for a number of years, to create an opportunity for the children of the local estates to play and interact with each other in a healthy and supervised environment. It was a chance for them to play safe and to learn good values like self steem, confidence and patience.

• We helped to prevent the Council reclaiming one of the Community Centres by reinstating a committee. In addition, other local community groups and Tennant’s Associations joined us to make use of the Centre.