Pentecostalism is now the largest Christian faith in London. What is it about this rapidly growing religion that makes it so appealing?
Black-majority Pentecostal churches in particular are one of the big success stories of the black community in Britain. Their numbers are rising faster than any other Christian faith, while the Church of England is seeing its congregation shrinking.
Life And Death The Pentecostal Way gives us unprecedented access to the congregation and staff of one of the first Caribbean Black-majority Pentecostal churches in this country - Brixton New Testament Church of God - to discover how this religion has been so successful. We witness its charismatic sermons, passionate worshipping, the full-immersion baptism of teenagers and the fabulous hats and attire of the characterful older members of the congregation.
This one-hour observational documentary follows the stories of members of the congregation at defining moments in their lives. Through powerful personal stories it lift's the lid on a vibrant faith that is fast becoming one of the dominant religions in Britain.
Life And Death The Pentecostal Way
Today, Sunday 20 November 2016 - BBC Two: 9.00pm to 10.00pm UK-wide
Tomorrow, Monday 21 November 2016 - BBC Two: 11.15pm to 12.15am - England HD only
Tomorrow, Monday 21 November 2016 - BBC Two: 11.30pm to 12.30am - Wales
Tomorrow, Monday 21 November 2016 - BBC Two: 11.45pm to 12.45am - Scotland
And afterwards, on demand via iplayer - http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbctwo