Revival Christian Church of Enfield is a local community church in Enfield committed to preaching the gospel, working in the community and restoring all aspects of society. Our Core values at RCCE are:

  • Prayer before action
  • Unity in diversity
  • Driven by purpose
  • Excellence without compromise


Pastors Nick & Mulenga Chanda were sent to do a church plant after serving for more than 10 years in Jesus House. Revival Christian church of Enfield started on the 17th of May 2009 as a church plant from Jesus House a parish of Redeemed Christian church of God. The church now runs weekly services and activities for men women teenagers and younger children. Revival church is now a thriving church with members from various races, backgrounds and ages. All are welcome to our friendly church services and to participate in activities, most of which are free of charge. Find out how to get involved.

Parent Church – Jesus House

Jesus House was founded as a church plant of Freedom Hall, a parish of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), in Lagos, Nigeria in April 1994, and the progress they have made since those humble beginnings serves as a constant reminder that God can use the seemingly insignificant to make a difference.

Their passion for the growth and development of the individual is reflected in the vision of the Church, and they are committed to making a positive impact in their local and the international community. Today Jesus House is still growing rapidly. They run three family services each Sunday, in addition to services for children (Kidz First), teens (TM4:12) and youth (Raised Up In Christ).

Denomination – The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG)

The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) was established in 1952, in Nigeria by Pa Josiah Akindayomi. Today, RCCG is a an international network of churches committed to the communication of the gospel of Jesus Christ and the raising of followers who live by His teachings. From its humble beginnings, the RCCG presently operates in over 100 countries and at the apex of its governance structure is the General Overseer, Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye.

We believe that the Holy Bible is the inspired revelation of God’s purposes for humanity, centered on the good news that people of all ethnicities and backgrounds can cultivate a relationship with the divine by accepting Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour. As the Bible teaches, God came to earth in the person of Jesus Christ over 2,000 years ago to restore our relationship with Himself, broken as a result of disobedience to His expressed will.

The central theme of Christianity is God’s unconditional love for all, expressed through the sacrificial death and miraculous resurrection of Jesus Christ who now lives forever and is the spiritual mediator between God and humankind. This is the belief at the heart of the Christian faith and it is the core message which the RCCG shares worldwide.


People are at the centre of everything we do. We are dedicated to seeing transformed lives, and through them a restored community. This vision defines our activities, our prayers and our actions.
Our heart is to :

We preach a message of salvation through Jesus Christ and we pray continually to see people repent and return to Jesus Christ and the teachings in the Bible. We believe that true transformation will only occur in a life touched by Jesus. Our prayer meetings and sermons reflect our desire to see souls saved.

We believe that transformation through Christ can affect very area of a person’s life, thus improving their experience of life on a day to day basis. We are actively involved in developing people. We join the government and play our part to help reduce illiteracy. We are actively involved in mentoring young people for the future, providing strong role model and advice. Our goal is to increase entrepreneurs and employment.

We believe that a stable family environment an important foundation for raising responsible children. We actively support and encourage strong marriages and sound upbringing of children based on biblical principles.

We follow the example of Jesus Christ by working with and supporting vulnerable people regardless of faith, colour or age. We are committed to partnering with the local authority and community groups to help the most vulnerable people in our community. We currently work with Noah’s Ark, a children’s hospice and the Solace women’s refuge which helps women affected by abuse.

We are dedicated to developing strategic partnerships with other churches, with the community and the local authority. We believe that we are called to be a governing church that will influence the community for good.


We are committed to our mission which is to: Revive the community to experience refreshing times and God’s presence.
We believe that we can accomplishing this mission through:

  • progress and seeing spiritual transformation
  • community engagement that will support vulnerable people
  • strategic partnerships that will support vulnerable people
  • strategic partnerships and alliances to influence policies
  • education and development of people to reduce illiteracy and encourage enterprise
  • youth programmes and initiatives that will mentor the young adults for the future
We encourage all our members and partners to join us as we work together to accomplish this mission.