Dundonald Church was planted into Dundonald School in 1990 as an Anglican Evangelical Church to serve Christ in the local community.
In 1996 the evening congregation from Dundonald School was planted into St Andrew’s Church and this became known as St Andrews@Seven. A number of others congregations have been planted from Dundonald into Balham, Kingston, Earlsfield, Putney, Sutton, Walton and Worcester Park.
Dundonald Church began a second morning congregation in Yates’ Wine Bar in Wimbledon which then moved to the David Lloyd Raynes Park. In 2007 we bought and refurbished our current location, The Factory, to provide a base for our Sunday meetings and various ministries. The evening congregation, St Andrews@Seven, moved to the Factory in 2008 and a 4pm Family Congregation was started in 2009 and a 9am congregation in 2014.
In recent years, we have been thrilled and humbled to witness God working powerfully through our various ordinary gospel ministries: children and adults coming to faith in Christ; new believers and experienced Christians growing in knowledge of God; men and women trained in gospel ministries around the UK and around the world; and new churches planted.