Uniformed Organisations’ Day – 11:30 am, Sunday 1st December
Gift Day – 11:30 am, Sunday 15th December
Advent Communion – 7:00 pm, Sunday 15th December
Carol service – 7:00 pm, Sunday 22nd December
Christmas Day Family Service – 10:30 am, Wednesday 25th December
This area of ministry aims to make our worship accessible to all. Many members who are unable to attend church services can join our worshipping community through listening to our ministry on CDs. The morning services are recorded and are distributed by district elders on a regular basis.
If you wish to receive CDs regularly or request a specific service recording please contact the office by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact your District Elder.
It is a good idea to arrive around 5 to 10 minutes before the advertised service start time. This will allow you to select where you are going to sit and relax before the service begins.
Yes, there is a ramp to access the church and space provided for a wheelchair. If you have any questions with regard to facilities for people who need additional assistance please contact the office 028 9146 2552 or email email@example.com.
Shortly before the service starts the organist will play. The choir will arrive and finally the minister, who will then lead your service. During the service it is usual that you stand for the hymns, however if you are unable to do so that is okay too. A typical Sunday morning worship service consists of five hymns, a short talk with the children, a sermon, as well as prayers, announcements and the offering. After the end of the service the minister will stand at the door, where you can chat with him as you leave.
In the church you will see some people wearing casual clothing and others wearing more formal attire. Wear what you are comfortable wearing, you are not expected to wear a specific style of clothing.
There are no allocated seats in the church. Some people sit in the same area of Church week after week, however you can sit where you like.
During the offering a plate will be passed along the pews. You do not have to put any money on the offering plate, just pass it along. If you do contribute, your money is gratefully received, it will be used for the upkeep of the church and to help others.
We hold formal communion services five times a year, also there is communion offered at the Easter Sunday sunrise service. Everyone who professes faith in Jesus Christ as their Saviour and Lord is invited to partake in this service, even if they have never taken communion before. During the service the bread and communion wine will be passed to you, you do not have to leave your seat. (Should you choose not to take communion you can just pass the plate to the next person).