Sunday Services at Croftlands Junior School. 10.30am - 12.00pm

Sunday mornings are when the whole church family meets together to worship God, encourage each other and refresh our faith.

 

Singing
During our service we sing a mixture of hymns and contemporary songs, some of which are a declaration of God's power and the great truths of the Bible, whilst others are a more personal response to God's great love for us as individuals.

 

Prayer
We also take time to pray together, asking God for his restoration and intervention in world events, his values to be upheld within the life of our nation as well as his help, comfort and provision in our own personal needs and circumstances. As part of praying together we also celebrate those answers to our prayers, when needs have been met and breakthrough has come, whether through natural or supernatural means.

 

Reading the Bible
We also read the Bible together and a member of the preaching team will share some insight from The Bible and seek to apply it to our own faith journeys in a way that is relevant and helpful.

 

Communion
Most weeks we celebrate a time of communion. This is a poignant and special time as we take bread and wine together. We welcome anyone who wishes to join us to remember the great price that Jesus paid for our freedom. Anyone who would rather not participate in this is free to pass on the bread and wine as it is shared around.

 

Prayer Ministry
There is opportunity at the end of the service for anyone who wishes to be prayed for to receive prayer support. Whatever the issue, the pastors or any member of the leadership team will be only too pleased to pray with you. Alternatively, the pastors are available through the church office during the week to chat and pray.

 

Our service ends with refreshments.

Monthly All-Age Worship Service And Shared Lunch

Once a month, the whole church join together in an all-age worship service which aims to be more interactive and inclusive of the whole church family. Our young people remain with us for the whole service rather than breaking out to their usual age-appropriate sessions. This is followed by a 'bring and share' lunch.