Koinonia - living life fully

What is Koinonia?

What is Koinonia?

We are a Christian student group in Central London exploring how to live life fully.

Koinonia [koy-nohn-ee’-ah] is a Greek word that means community.

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Community

We are an international community of disciples on mission, building deep relationships of brotherhood and sisterhood in Christ



Ecumenical

Our members come from different Christian traditions (Anglicans, Catholics, Evangelicals, Orthodox, Protestants) and we welcome Christians from all church backgrounds



Charismatic

We are open to the gifts of the Holy Spirit



Disciples

We seek to follow the Lord with all that we have



Evangelistic

We have discovered how amazing life with Jesus Christ is and want others to give him a chance

Explore community with Christians from different Church traditions

Testimonials

The Venerable Roger Preece
Master of The Royal Foundation of St Katharine
Koinonia changed my life when I was a student 30 years ago and I am delighted to still see it thriving today. The commitment to supporting and encouraging faith in students is tremendous. I am still in touch with some of the leaders today and have a lot of respect for their calibre. The practical ecumenism really works on the ground and is a good model of how Christians from different denominations can serve together.
Fr. John McKenna
Parish Priest, Catholic Church of Mary Immaculate and St. Gregory the Great
I first got involved with Koinonia in 1989 when I was a student in London. I found this group of Christians to be very supportive and formative in my own journey of faith. More recently, I became an ordained Roman Catholic priest and I owe much of my spiritual and personal development to Koinonia. I am still in contact with many friends from the Antioch Community and regard them as part of my family.

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