Sunday 11am – Breaking of Bread Service
The focus of this service is to remember the death and resurrection (raising to life) of God’s only son Jesus. We call this the “Breaking of Bread” service and baptised members share bread and wine together which symbolise the broken body and shed blood of Jesus. The service includes hymns, prayers and Bible readings and a talk to encourage us in our shared faith is given, known as an Exhortation. This is to remind us of God’s love in allowing Jesus to die for our sins and the hope we share for the future, how we should support each other and show God’s love to others in our community.
Sunday 6pm – Bible based talk
(Note that some weeks the start time will be 10.15am or 5pm – see our What’s On page for further details).
The focus is on basic Bible teaching and principles and is aimed at those want to know more about the “Good News” message of the Bible, what it tells us about God, his son Jesus, what God has promised for those who have faith in him, and how we should live our lives. There is a different topic each week and if you’re interested to know more, please come along.
Futher information about the talks can be accessed at the bottom of this page.
Wednesday 8pm – Bible Class
We take the opportunity each week to understand and study the Bible in more depth. We listen to talks on a range of subjects, focussing on specific Bible passages, Bible characters or Bible events, to help us have a greater appreciation of Bible teaching.
Futher information about the studies can be accessed at the bottom of this page.
What to expect
You’ll be warmly welcomed on arrival. As a Bible based community then reference is made to the Bible at all of our services and the talks you hear will be based on what the Bible teaches. We will either look at passages from our own Bibles or these will be projected onto a screen. Bibles are available for you to use. If you need help to find any of the Bible passages then please just ask. You can also take home a free copy of the Bible or other publications if you wish.
Our services include hymns and prayers and are led by our own members. You will notice that baptised women wear hats or scarves during services, as taught in chapter 11 of the first book of Corinthians in the Bible; but please don’t worry that you have to do the same. After each service there is an opportunity to stay and chat and free refreshments are provided.
What’s on in January and February 2020?
Further details about our services and other events can be found by clicking the following: