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What to Expect at a Church Service

When you arrive at our church, you will be welcomed by 2 people at the entrance door. You can sit on any seat in the church building.


Our Services start with a welcome. Then we sing several worship songs - sit or stand to sing, whichever you feel most comfortable with, or stand at the back of the church.


Notices of upcoming events and prayer requests will be read out. Bible passages will be read. There will be a 'Collection' during the Service - an opportunity for church members to give money towards the work of the church.


Children and young people go outside to their teaching sessions in the church hall. They join everyone at the end of the Service.


Someone will stand at the front of the church, and speak about a topic relating to the Bible - either a Minister or a member of the church.


After the talk, there are more worship songs - and prayers.


At the end of the Service, you are welcome to join us for a chat and a cup of coffee or tea, and some yummy cake. This is a good opportunity to get to know people in the church, so please do stay around and chat.

 

Communion


The first Sunday of each month, we have a Communion Service - for those who are Christians who eat a piece of bread and drink a small cup of non-alcoholic wine, to represent Jesus' body and blood. The Bread will be passed from person to person, and you are welcome to take bread if you are a Christian from any denomination. We eat the bread when we have taken it.


Afterwards, the Wine (non-alcoholic) is passed from person to person - small glass cups in a container. You are welcome to take a glass if you are a Christian. We all wait until everyone has taken a glass cup - then we all drink together.

 

 

Why not try one of the following:

     

   

 

 (Several pictures courtesy of images.google.com)

 

 


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