COURSES

Alpha

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What is Alpha? On the Alpha course we think life is worth exploring. The course is fun, relaxed and totally non pressured. That’s probably why over 18 million people round the world have already done it!

Who’s it for? Not sure what you believe? Maybe you gave up on church a long time ago. The course was designed for you or anyone who doesn’t go to church regularly. Ever wanted to explore the meaning of life or ask challenging questions about the Christian faith? Maybe you’re just curious about this church stuff and want to have a nosy? Alpha doesn’t care about your background, it welcomes all those big questions and it’s free. Can’t say fairer than that right?

How does it work? It is a course with small groups of about twelve people with hosts and helpers. There are usually around ten sessions with a day or weekend away in the middle. Each session begins with food, snacks, that sort of thing, followed by a short talk looking at a different aspect of the Christian faith and time for discussion.

Freedom in Christ

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A highly recommended course to help you become the person God created you to be - free from hang-ups and issues that you've had for years! 12 sessions. The FiC course usually follows on from ALPHA, January to Easter. Ask minister for dates.

A BETTER WAY TO PRAY
Do you puzzle about unanswered prayers? Is there a 'right' way to pray, to see your prayers answered? This course will help you pray with faith and authority. It runs several times a year. Ask minister for dates.

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J John's inspiring ten-week series to communicate the relevance of God's laws of love in a way that people can relate to today. Ask minister for date of next course.

NOTICES - 26 Nov. 2017

Today's Services:

8.30 a.m. Open praise and prayer
10.30 a.m. Lively all age worship (children’s activities included).
6.00 p.m. A more traditional service of worship and prayer.
10.30 a.m. Frank Sherburn
6.00pm Prayer service
Apart from our monthly Family Service children leave for their own activities called ‘Leaders of God’, (LoG) after the prayer and share. First time visiting parents are encouraged to stay with their children to see what happens, find out about LOG and to help their little ones settle in.

During the service:

There will be an opportunity in the Prayer & Share time, to give testimony of what God is doing in your life, and to share Bible verses, pictures, prayer requests etc. If you feel prompted to share at other times, in the interests of good order, please let worship leader or minister know first. Thank you.

There might be times of deep silence, or of singing or praying in a different language. These can be holy moments. If you’re unsure how to respond, simply praise the name of Jesus. The worship leader or minister will explain what is happening, either during the service or afterwards if you want to ask them

Helping our ministry

“…to prepare God’s people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up, until we al reach unity in the faith.. (Eph 4.12)
Serve wholeheartedly, as if you were serving the Lord, not men, because you know that the Lord will reward everyone for whatever good he does.” (Eph 6.7)

If you would like to help us in any way, or join one of the Welcome Teams, please give your name to one of the deacons, or a Team Leader.

Thank you to all who are helping:

Church Cleaning next week: Freddy and Christine Onono

Flowers: Cordelia Rowe

Welcome Team this week: Jean Allen, Nikki Dubben and Hubert Pryce led by Heather Hilliard

Welcome Team next week: Charmaine Mhlanga, Tina Barzilay, Freddy and Christine Onono, led by Hubert Pryce

Calendar: November

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