Citywide Worship and Communion
The Communion service is our central focus as a Christian fellowship. This service is held each Sunday at 9:30am. We commence with congregational singing followed by spontaneous worship and the opportunity for those inspired by the Holy Spirit to sing or speak specific words of praise and encouragement according to the diversity of His gifts. This is done in an understandable and ordered manner that all may be edified.
Each week the time of worship and ministry is followed by Communion. As we share the bread and cup, we believe we join with all true believers in obedience to the words of Jesus to “eat and drink in remembrance of Him”. We believe this is our participation in His body which is the church, thus abiding in His life.
Each Sunday at 10:30am, following our Communion service, we have a Sunday School program for all primary school children and at the same time a Bible study for youth and adults. We believe the preached word, when received with meekness, is able to save our souls.
The morning concludes at 11:15am with morning tea.
Discussion Groups are held at various locations throughout the city on Wednesday nights once each month.
For details please contact the church office.
Teens and Youth
Helping teenagers through adolescence and having them established as secure young adults would have to be one of our greatest desires. Therefore, we devote a good amount of resources practically to their program. All of the youth meet together every second Friday at 7:00pm. Many other activities are organised throughout the year.
Senior Adults (Over 50’s)
The seniors meet for fellowship, prayer, testimonies and a meaningful Bible topical discussion over lunch. This is held between 12:00pm and 2:00pm on the first Tuesday of the month.
Ladies of all ages meet four times a year for a time of singing, testimony, Bible study and supper. This is held at the church hall and is a great evening of encouragement and friendship.
Prayer meetings are held every Friday morning at 6:15am at the church hall.