Welcome to the website of the Elim Pentecostal Church, Aldershot.

Our Minister is Rev. Rob Lewis

Our Regular Meetings

We’re excited to be meeting in church again from Easter Sunday (4th April).

We are still observing Government rules and guidelines as follows:

  • To ensure safety and minimise infection spread, services will be carried out in the shortest possible time
  • Worshippers must wear face coverings (subject to exemptions) and keep a 2m (6ft) distance from anyone not from their own household or support bubble
  • People must not mingle with anyone not in their own household or support bubble, and are requested to move on promptly afterwards
  • Spoken responses from worshippers should be uttered softly, and there should be no communal singing or chanting indoors
  • The number allowed at any service is determined by a risk assessment on the building where it is held (for us – that’s about 20 people)

You can see our Risk Assessment here and our Staying Safe certificate here.

Our Sunday morning meetings start at 11am. Except for the first Sunday of the month, we meet in the church and the meeting is also hosted on Zoom. On the first Sunday of the month, the service is on Zoom only. The full list of activities, day by day, is published in This Week.

How to Contact Us

You can contact us by telephone, on 01483 858198 / 07812 408965, or by using the Contact Us page.

Our postal address is : Elim Pentecostal Church, 52-58 Holly Road, Aldershot, Hants GU12 4RJ. You will find a map on the Find Us page.

Coronavirus Safeguards

Our meetings in the church are subject to strict safeguards to protect everyone from Coronavirus:

  • Face coverings are required in accordance with Government guidelines
  • Social distancing is encouraged
  • Hand sanitiser is freely available
  • Singing is discouraged
  • We recommend that people leave the building as soon as the service is ended
  • The number of people attending is limited to around 20 but we try not to turn anyone away.
  • Visitors are encouraged to complete Contact Tracing Cards or scan the QR Code with the NHS Contact Tracing App