History

Jubilee Church London was planted in 1994 when Colin Potter felt led to move to north London and start the work. It was then known as King’s Church Enfield. During the early years, growth was slow, but God was putting firm foundations into a group of people who were convinced that God would cause a large church to be established in North London. Most of our key leaders today have been part of the church for at least ten years, and some, such as Tope Koleoso and Stuart Emsley, since the very beginning.

In 2004 Colin Potter moved on to plant another church and Tope Koleoso became the lead elder. In 2005, the church moved into Enfield Cineworld with 100 people. Since then God has granted remarkable growth, and almost 1000 people gathered on Easter Sunday 2010. Jubilee Church now has more than 40 nationalities represented, meets in an urban area of North London, and is involved in planting and supporting other churches internationally. From its beginning, Jubilee Church has been a part of the worldwide family of churches known as Newfrontiers.