Our main weekly meeting is held on Sunday mornings at 10.30. For the first 15 minutes or so, adults and children are together for this meeting, but after this the children and young people leave for separate age appropriate groups (see below for details).
Once a month our morning meeting includes Communion, which is a simple reminder of the sacrifice that Jesus made in order to pay the price for our wrongdoing and give us peace with God.
Approximately once a month we have a “Hub Evening” on a Sunday. It starts at 5.15pm with a meal – a great time to get to know others in the church. Then we have a Bible talk on the part of the Bible being studied in midweek small groups. There is a time of prayer, and of singing to close. All in the church are welcome to attend, including kids and young people (although some of the younger ones are taken home at around 6.30pm after the meal). The Bible talk is especially useful for those in a small group, as it covers the same part of the Bible to be studied over the following month.
These groups run on different days during the week and different times of day. They meet in homes and are a time to share together in studying the Bible’s message, applying it to life, and praying together and for each other. If you would like to be part of a small group, ask one of the leaders.
The Small Groups work in conjuction with the monthly Hub Evenings – see above.