On Sundays we meet in the morning and the evening to worship God together. Services usually take between an hour and an hour and a half and involve singing (new and old songs), prayer, reading the Bible and preaching from the Bible. People wear what they like, are free to arrive and leave as they choose and an average congregation is about 60 adults and children. Above all we try to give honour to God and to share the good news of his love for men and women through the Lord Jesus Christ. Once a month (occasionally twice) those who are Christians take part in a special service to remember that Jesus died on the cross for us. This is sometimes called the Lord’s Supper or Communion. Special occasions may give rise to special services, such as when someone wants to show others that they have become a Christian by being baptised.
This happens in every morning service during the sermon and is for children under the age of 15. We have a bible story and a craft which is linked to the story.
This happens every at least every month and is for young teenagers. They meet during the sermon for a Bible study.