We are pleased to say that we are continuing to open for Sunday morning services at 10.30am. There are still the regular Covid restrictions to adhere to – sanitizing our hands, social distancing, covering our face, no singing – but we are happy to be able to keep Praising the Lord in our building.
We are also pleased to say that we have opened up our Urban Saints group from Wednesday June 9th and our Thursday morning fellowship from June 10th.
When the people heard this, they were cut to the heart and said to Peter and the other apostles, “Brothers, what shall we do?” Peter replied, “Repent and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins. And you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. Acts Chapter 2 verses 37 and 38. On the first Day of Pentecost after Jesus ascended back to Heaven, Peter preached a very powerful sermon.and verse 37 says that the people asked Peter 'What shall we do?' Verse 38 gives us Peter's reply - to repent means to turn from sin, changing the direction of your life from selfishness and rebellion against God's laws. At the same time, you must turn to Christ, depending on Him for forgiveness, mercy, guidance and purpose. We cannot save ourselves - only God can save us!
We are a small but lively evangelical fellowship that loves Jesus, believes the Bible & seek to share God’s Good News with the local community through both church based and outreach activities, as well as supporting Christian work across God’s world.
Sunday 8.00am at church (not at the moment)
Thursday 9.30am fellowship group at church.
There are occassional Saturday morning prayer meetings.
Tues 7pm on Zoom
Fridays 9.15 - 11.15am. (not at the moment)
Inter church youth group
some Friday evenings.
Please follow the above links for more information on any of the activities, or feel free to use our contact us page if you have any questions.