Sundays – 11.00am and 6.30pm Wednesdays – 8.00pm
All services in the church
The Wednesday meeting takes the form of prayer and Bible study.
It is so essential that Christians physically meet with one another. Our freedom to engage in the vital task of public worship must never be taken away.
Even with the prevalence of Covid-19, which we do not deny may be serious for the very vulnerable, society still needs the essential help which a worshipping local church provides; and the healthy need not take the same precautions as those who have medical conditions which make them vulnerable. We must also never forget that we have wonderful, God-given immune systems.
As a church, we sing, and have been singing hymns during our worship for months, because it was not illegal to do so, and because this is an intrinsic part of Christian worship.
(If you are unable to attend in person at these services in the church, they can also be followed online using Zoom. Please email email@example.com for the Zoom link).
What a wonderful blessing it is physically to meet together in corporate worship of the one true Trinitarian God who manifests Himself in Jesus Christ. Indeed, we are commanded to do this. How vital it is for the well-being of the nation that churches are open and that believers are able to gather physically, thus providing a focal point of help and strength in the midst of much general fear.
For Biblical insights into the Covid-19 situation from our pastor please click HERE
As we meet, we endeavour at all times, as John Wesley stated, to “stand fast in the good old Bible way”.