The New Testament Church of God has a rich heritage. Courageous men and women of God have laid its foundation and planned the strategies for its growth in the 1950's and 1960's. They did so despite racism, marginalization and rejection. They refused to be so silent and dared to "sing the Lord’s song in a strange land."
As a result of their faithful service and the devotion of loyal followers, we now have a denomination, which is firmly set in the Pentecostal Evangelical tradition, organisationally sound, with over 115 congregations and more than 300 ministers serving a set of talented, gifted people across the age range.
The Clapton New Testament Church of God has occupied the current building in Cricketfield Road since 1964, having previously been located at Bouverie Road and Morning Lane.