Beulah Apostolic Church
Welcome to the website of Beulah Apostolic Church UK. We are a Christian church with both a domestic and international presence. Our ethos is to serve God, our fellow neighbours and our respective communities across London, Luton and Manchester. We also share close fellowship with a number of churches throughout America and the Caribbean.
For the last sixty years, we have been fortunate enough to see thousands of lives changed and souls saved through the redemptive power of the Gospel. Every person who comes to Beulah is important, valued and loved. As a diverse and inclusive community of friends, family, brethren and social groups, we genuinely care abut you, your family and your life as a whole. We meet regularly and have established bespoke departments in order to support you in your spiritual, personal and professional growth.
Cultivating relationships is very important to us. Each individual who walks through our doors is encouraged to pursue an intimate relationship with Jesus as well as forge meaningful relationships with each other.
Regardless of your gender, age, class, ethnic background or education; there is a place for you at Beulah. Come as you are and we anticipate that you will have a thrilling and personal encounter with God.
See you soon!
More details to come shortly.Thursday, 26th July - Sunday, 29th July
Beulah National Men’s Department presents a retreat developed especially for Kingdom-minded m...Wednesday, 5th September - Friday, 7th September
Beulah Women On The Move Ministries presents a retreat developed especially for ladies this October....Wednesday, 24th October - Friday, 26th October
You can download the National Convocation 2017 programme below. Download...read more
Where do I start? It’s been a while, looking back I don’t think we ever linked up. I’ve been meaning to catch-up but life seems to keep getting in the way. If only I could tell you how much I’ve changed since we first meet. Enough memories to...read more
The year of jubilee is special and the word ‘jubilee’ comes from the Hebrew word for ‘ram’ primarily as the Jubilee Year was announced by the blowing of the rams’ horn trumpets. The fiftieth year was earmarked as a time for a very special celebration, a time when the...read more