St. Mark's Church, Battersea Rise, London, England 1993-2002
For nine years the Epicentre Network were one of Britain's most significant and creative alternative worship groups. As well as regular worship services and homegroups, they ran a vibrant internet discussion board, held monthly film nights, and published a small magazine. Since many members of Epicentre were trained fine artists they held art shows in local cafes and bars. In 1998 they hosted an Arts Café at Greenbelt Festival, and in 2000 they helped create the St. Paul's Cathedral Labyrinth. When Epicentre closed in October 2002 many former members moved on to form a new group called Moot.