MORNING SERVICE 10.30 am
Our services are friendly and welcoming with a mix of traditional and modern styles. It's always an uplifting time to celebrate the love
and presence of God in our lives and in our world. Services usually finish at about 11.30 am and are followed by tea/coffee and biscuits. This provides a lovely opportunity for everyone to stay behind, either for a friendly chat after our time of worship and praise,
or to receive some comfort and prayer if you are in need of a touch of God's loving care.
We celebrate Communion in two of our monthly services.
If you believe that Jesus Christ is your Lord and Saviour, you are invited to break bread with us and drink wine (juice) with us
as a symbol of his body broken for us and his blood shed for us.
The following meetings are available to all who wish to attend, just contact us if you are interested.
Our members and friends in the church meet at house groups in various venues to study the bible, pray, and grow in faith together,
also to enjoy some Christian fellowship, often making good friends for life.
There are many dates in the Christian calendar with special significance which we celebrate annually. These will be advertised on our website once the details are known over the year, for example, Christmas, Easter, and Pentecost. We also have special interactive family services when we actively encourage families with children of all ages to come and join in.
This is run on a monthly basis on the first Saturday of the month from 4 pm - 5.30 pm at the Richard Newton Hall. It's extremely popular with parents, children and grandparents in this area. It's also a fun child-focussed way of sharing the bible message with the younger generations who might otherwise have no knowledge of God's great love for the world and for them. All our crafts, activities, songs and video clips bring the bible stories alive and easy to understand. Messy Church
WEEKLY NEW SHEET
Ruth Ingrouille, our Minister in Training produces a weekly news sheet along with a short inspirational blog 'Ruth's Rambles' and this is distributed by email to our members and regular attendees, plus posted on our website,
and some hard copies are available at church on Sundays for visitors or members without access to email.
VOLUNTEERING FOR CHURCH WORK
There are many types of work within every church, and everyone has an important role to play. God calls us all to serve in areas of work where we have abilities and if you are keen to offer these, we are happy to accept your contribution, so that everything works well together.
For more information about what to expect if you come to services at Richard Newton Hall, please see our visitors information.
If you have any questions still unanswered, please contact us.