In the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ, we welcome everyone to our services and meetings.

Programme for this weekProgramme

Monday 21st May

10am-11.30am Back to Basics

For Ladies wanting learn more about the Christian faith

Tuesday 22nd May

9.30am Under 5s

Wednesday 23rd May

10am-12pm Open Door Advice Centre

7.45pm Bible Study & Prayer Meeting

Preacher: Pastor Gordon Bull

Thursday 24th May

10.30am Ladies Meeting - Video

Friday 25th May

10am-12pm Open Door Advice Centre

3.30pm Wayfinders (Reception to Year 5)

6.45pm Discoverers (Year 6 to Year 9)

 8.00pm Impact (Year 10 to 18 years old)

Saturday 26th May

No service / Meeting

Sunday 27th May

10.10am Prayer Meeting

10.30am Morning Service

Preacher: Pastor Gordon Bull

6.30pm Evening Service

(including Lord’s Supper)

Preacher: Peter Dunn

Special Notices:

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From January, the midweek meetings have been combined with a Bible Study and Prayer Meeting each Wednesday at 7.45pm (except for the first week each month when there are Homegroups).


Your Book Reviews, Testimonies, Good News Stories to “encourage people for God’s glory!” Would you be interested in writing something to share for the next edition of our Church Magazine?

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Baptism: why should I consider getting baptised?

Following Christ: to understand the reason for being water baptised, it is important to consider carefully what the Bible says; Jesus Himself was baptised and He was not a sinner, yet He humbled Himself in obedience to identify with us and give us an example to follow.

An Act of Obedience: water baptism is an act of faith and obedience to the command of Christ, Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit (Matthew 28.19).

A Public Declaration: baptism declares that you are a follower of Jesus Christ and a public declaration of faith in, and commitment to, Him. It is the next step after conversion through repentance and faith and is an important step in the Christian life.

What is the meaning and significance of baptism?: baptism is a symbol of Christ’s burial and resurrection. Our entrance into water during baptism identifies us with Christ’s death on the cross, His burial in the tomb and His resurrection from the dead. It shows the world that you love, trust and have put your hope in Christ.

Aftermeetings in 2018

There will be aftermeetings during the year with opportunities to hear about a number of missionary causes:

June 3rd:  OM Nepal report by Mr Phil Slade.

July 1st    Giles Cattermole - representative for Universities and Colleges_ Christian Fellowship.

October 7th   Dr Jim Winter – on his work in Myanmar.

November 4th   Proclamation Zambia, Director Andrew Muwowo.

December 2nd   Turkic Belt ministries: Elnur Jaynur.

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