What to expect when you visit
When you visit, you can expect to be greeted with kindness and love. Visitors will not be asked to stand, or identify themselves in any way that will cause embarrassment.
On the first day of the week, we follow the pattern of the New Testament church in worship (both Sunday morning and evening services).
Just as in the first century church, our worship is directed to God, and consists of five distinct items of worship. Thus, our worship assemblies include preaching, a cappella singing, prayer, partaking of the Lord’s Supper, and giving of our means. We worship in this manner every Lord’s day.
Morning Worship (Communion)
Our morning service is our central congregational meeting. We gather together to celebrate the sacrificial death, burial and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, according to His specific request when He instituted the meal on the night of His arrest (Mark 14:22-26).
This weekly observance lies at the very heart of our church activities. The bread and wine are symbolic representations of His body and blood respectively (Mark 14:22-26; 1 Corinthians 11:23-26).
The service begins at 11am and is a Bible-centred hour of worship, including hymns of praise, prayers, Bible readings and a lesson for the week.