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Senior Pastor Jimmy Robinson and Eula Robinson have been saved and married for over 25 years, having pioneered three churches, and overseeing fully functioning congregations. Their missionary and pioneer work in Kingston, Jamaica is still thriving and producing disciples to this day. 

Jimmy Robinson is a seasoned preacher, pastor and leader, as well as a loving husband of three children and devoted father.

He and Eula are currently undertaking the task of serving and pastoring our church in Harrow, North-West London.

Pastor Jimmy Robinson preaching in Harrow on vows

“The Potter’s House Church is a growing, multi-cultural congregation in the heart of Harrow. We are a Bible-based, Spirit-filled church with a passion for Jesus, a love for people & a call to reach those who do not yet know God.

We would love to see you at one of our services which are full of life and inspiration and where the word of God is preached passionately with messages that are relevant to everyday life.

We would love to play a part in helping you find truth, develop a stronger relationship with God & discover the purpose He has for your life! Come and find out what God has in store for you!”

– Pastor Jimmy Robinson

F.A.Q.

Frequently Asked Questions

When are the services?

We have two 1 hour 30 minute services on Sunday, 11pm and 6:30pm, as well as one weekday service on Wednesdays at 7:30pm.

Additionally, we host occasional revivals with domestic and international evangelists, which usually run across the working week (Sunday to Wednesday or Friday to Sunday).

Is there nursery or Sunday School facilities?

We have a full nursery and Sunday school designed to enable both your children and yourself to get the most out of the Word being preached. Our nursery team, accommodating children babies and toddlers aged from 6 months to 3 years, ensures the while giving your children a grounding on biblical principles.

Our children are the future, which is why we don’t consider Sunday school an afterthought. Our ministers are dedicated to serving and teaching children aged between 4 and 12 years of age. Have your children join this growing ministry!

I’m not able to attend services due to impairment/difficult circumstances. What are my alternatives?

Due to the transformative power of preaching, as well as fellowship and community we absolutely recommend you attend services regularly however we understand there can be seasons where it is especially hard to physically attend.

We are happy for you to message us to arrange a visit or discuss if there is anything we can do. Keep a lookout on our media page for regular updates on recent sermons and recently live-streamed sermons.

I’m new to church, what do you recommend I do?

Firstly, welcome! And if you’ve recently gotten saved and are newly committed to Christ, God bless you! There are four fundamentals we recommend for any Christian – Prayer, Reading your Bible, Baptism, and telling someone about your commitment.

If you are still searching or if indeed you have made a commitment to Christ we would recommend you join our New Converts classes in order to gain a solid grounding in the faith.

I want to be used by God, how can I get involved?

In our church family, there is a growing abundance of ministry and activities to get involved in. From our games nights and sports days to prayer meetings and drama ministries, impact teams and outreaches, there are so many avenues within our congregation to get involved in.

If you’re already a member of our church, register your name and allow God to use you! If you are not yet a member, feel free to contact us and learn more about specific areas of ministry.

I’m not really the churchy/religious type and I’m not sure if I’ll fit in. Do I have a place?

Of course! Our policy is “Come as you are, but come with an open heart to allow God to change you”, and it is a process that each member of all our churches go through daily. Our churches are built on those who at first didn’t think that God had a place for them, and our Harrow branch is no different. So stick around, ask questions and be open to change.