Learn About Our Ministries
Youth & Children
Provision is made for all ages from babies to late teens in our range of children’s and youth activities. We have a youth worker who oversees the youth ministry, supported by a youth team and volunteers.
Creche: for babies during the 11.00am Sunday morning service
Discoverers: Sunday during morning service for Primary school age up to P4
Bible Class: Sunday during 11.00am morning service for P5 to S4
Youth Fellowship: For teens at regular times with activities for social and Bible interaction
Bumps & Bundles: For toddlers and their parents/guardians
Great Big Adventure: for Church and Community families: Saturday once a month as advertised: games, crafts, food and fun.
Teaching, Prayer & Fellowship
Small Groups: held in various homes or Church are a great way to find friendship, fellowship, teaching and sharing Scripture in a more personal environment, and praying together. Groups meet weekly or fortnightly as agreed by its members on a Wednesday or Thursday.
Prayer: Prayer is fundamental to the well being of Church and personal growth in Jesus, so there are a number of opportunities to pray during the week, at various times of day and evenings. As a Church family we affirm our need to engage with a God who loves and cares for us, and to present our cares and needs to Him asking that His will might be dome in our Church and individual lives.
Students and young adults (30’s to 50’s): Social events are held for Students and post student age groups. These are typically adventurous, fun and sometimes competitive. As advertised.
Men & Women: Activities for men and women, both together and separately are arranged by way of Bible Studies, Men’s’ breakfasts, social gatherings and outdoor ventures
Discipleship and Christianity Courses are arranged at times during the year, giving anyone the opportunity to explore or develop faith in Jesus and His teachings.
“Making God’s love visible” is our tagline and we seek to express Christian love in action by reaching out to our Community in a variety of ways, including our Bumps & Bundles, (Parent & Toddler group), The Great Big Adventure (monthly family fun activity) Café, and through our partnership with Bethany Christian Trust. We have links with Asylum Seekers, which can include cultural training and English language classes.
Café: The café is where folk can enjoy lunches, coffee, cake and refreshments. It is open at various times during the week and
Drop in Centre: Our front “office centre” is open to Clarendon Place with a separate entrance from the main church and is open during the day for anyone who wants to pop in for a chat, or who might have specific needs which they would like to share confidentially with one of our counselling partners. We partner with Bethany Christian Trust and have a worker based in the Centre to offer advice or counsel on financial, relationship or personal matters.