What to Expect
Everything we do on Sunday morning revolves around God’s Word, the Bible. We come together on Sunday mornings to read God’s Word, sing God’s praises, to pray, to hear God’s Word preached and to take the Lord’s Supper.
The Sermon is based on a particular Bible passage each week.
The meeting itself starts at 10:45am and wraps up around 12.00pm. We have programmes for children that runs during the meeting, and we have tea and coffee together at the end.
We provide a crèche where children from 0–2 years old can be cared for during the meeting.
Parents are welcome to keep their children in the meeting, stay with them in crèche or leave them in the care of our team.
Children are an important part of our church family life. Our Sunday morning meeting begins with the whole church together, then children leave for teaching and activities in their various age groups.
Through our Sunday Club kids programme we teach children to know God through His Word. So children will receive teaching that unfolds the story of the Bible, points them to Jesus, and helps them grow in understanding what it means to be a Christian.
Parents can be confident that their children will be safe with us, as everyone who is involved in our children’s work has been Garda vetted for these roles and adhere to our Child safeguarding and protection policy. We also regularly train our team members to ensure they are familiar with the latest safeguarding practices.
We meet at 5.30 pm starting with a brief devotional on a Biblical text focusing on God, to whom we belong. We then have short reports and share items for prayer regarding Church ministries, mission organisations, evangelistic events and partnership Churches.
After each report we offer prayer to God in the large group or break into smaller ones. We particularly pray for specific individual requests and needs in our church, and the wider community. The meeting finishes at 6.30 pm with a song of thanks and praise to God.
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