Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together Hebrews 10:25
As a group of Christians we believe it is very important to meet together. Below is a list of when we meet:
- 10:30am Breaking of Bread
- 12:00pm Sunday School (September to July)
- 6:30pm Gospel Meeting
On the night before the Lord Jesus died, He gave His disciples a simple command to break bread and drink a cup in remembrance of Him. We too, as his disciples, break bread and drink a cup every Sunday and remember the Lord Jesus and all that He did for us by dying on the cross at Calvary.
This service gives Christians an opportunity to meet together to praise and worship the God of heaven who sent His only Son to die on a cross. But what makes this service particularly special is the fact that the risen Lord Jesus promises to be with us when we are together (Matthew 18v20). So, we actually worship a living Saviour!
This is an opportunity for children to hear God's message. There is lots of fun: Bible stories, quizzes, singing and memory verses all in an action packed 45 minutes.
Children of all ages are welcome - and even the adults seem to enjoy it too!
Sunday School starts at 12:00 (midday), and finishes at 12:45.
The Lord Jesus and all that He has done is of the greatest importance, so every week we give people an opportunity to hear about Him. The Gospel is God's good news for humanity and a message that everyone needs to hear and believe. Also, once a month we have refreshments at the end of the service.
Why not come along and hear it for yourself?
Click here to find some more about the message we preach.
Monday (May to September)Tuesday (October to April)
- 7:30pm Prayer/Bible Teaching
The prayer meeting is when we ask God to help us as a group of Christians. We also ask God to help those that we come into contact with. We believe God hears and answers prayer today. On many occasions we have experienced God, in His goodness, affecting people's lives through our prayers.
The Ministry meeting is for the study of the word of God, with different teachers from Adamsdown and other assemblies. "Scripture ..... is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness." (2 Tim. 3:16)