The Black Majority Church of London has been on a rise for the last century.Nearly half (48 per cent) of London church goers are black which means that one in five black Londoners go to church every week. 
       
     
 Father Abiola arrived in UK 53 years ago in 1962. He started as a social worker trying to help young black people adopt to living in UK. Now he is a Pastor, on of the six presidents for the Council of Afro-Caribbean Church in United Kingdom
       
     
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 The Black Majority Church of London has been on a rise for the last century.Nearly half (48 per cent) of London church goers are black which means that one in five black Londoners go to church every week. 
       
     

The Black Majority Church of London has been on a rise for the last century.Nearly half (48 per cent) of London church goers are black which means that one in five black Londoners go to church every week. 

 Father Abiola arrived in UK 53 years ago in 1962. He started as a social worker trying to help young black people adopt to living in UK. Now he is a Pastor, on of the six presidents for the Council of Afro-Caribbean Church in United Kingdom
       
     

Father Abiola arrived in UK 53 years ago in 1962. He started as a social worker trying to help young black people adopt to living in UK. Now he is a Pastor, on of the six presidents for the Council of Afro-Caribbean Church in United Kingdom

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IMG_1626.jpg
       
     
IMG_1629.jpg
       
     
1.jpg
       
     
IMG_1857.jpg
       
     
IMG_1986.jpg
       
     
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