The theme of our worship in 2019 is 'Holy Habits'
Holy Habits is an initiative to nurture Christian discipleship. It explores Luke's model of church found in Acts 2:42 - 47, identifies ten habits and encourages the development of a way of life formed by them. The habits are: biblical teaching, fellowship, breaking of bread, sharing of resources, service, eating together, gladness and generosity, worship, prayer and making more disciples. The resources have been developed to help churches explore the habits in worship and other group activities (all-age or age-specific) and live out the habits in whole life, missional discipleship.
By Andrew Roberts, Neil Johnson and Tom Milton, published by The Bible Reading Fellowship brfonline.org.uk/holy-habits
The theme of our worship in 2018 was 'Walking the Way'.
See 'Church News' under the 'News' button for an article by Gordon Anderson
'FOUR WRITERS TELL VARIOUSLY ABOUT JESUS' published March 2018
The Theme for 2017 was 'The Fruits of the Spirit'.
Worshipping something doesn’t always mean singing loudly in a church building. Most of us worship things all the time. We prioritise our time and energies in support of something that has our attention. God is jealous for our hearts because He knows that worshipping Him is what we were created to do and the only thing that will ultimately fulfill us.
He wants us to love Him and worship Him because we want to, giving our time and energy to Him because we love Him. We know we’re not perfect, that’s obvious if you’ve met us, but we want God to be first in our lives.
This means doing everything we can to put Him first, resulting in our conversation and acts showing everyone who really is the focus of our worship.
Our Sunday morning worship should whet our appetites for more of God and lead us to worship Him in all that we do.
Our Sunday services normally take place at 10.30 a.m.
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. . . normally takes place once a month on a Sunday.
There are, however, exceptions to this. There may be additional celebrations of Holy Communion at the time of some festivals. This can include weekdays.
Always check the Church Diary for communion services.