Testimony Nights

TESTIMONIES ON THE LAST SUNDAY OF EACH MONTH. AMAZING LIFE STORIES

THIS MONTH IT IS….

Sunday 29th Oct @ 7.00 pm  Helen Wootton told her remarkable testimony. What a wonderful, humble, lady. She was remarkable.

A very special speaker (Brian Sylvester)  is coming soon to share and teach on Israel / Judaism / Christianity in the last days. This date will be confirmed soon, most likely in Jan / Feb 2018.

Sun 26th Nov @ 7.00pm The gospel group Blessed Assurance came along to share their ministry in song and testimony. What a blessed night they gave us here. Their songs and voices took everyone into a heartfelt evening of worship. Hill Taggart gave his remarkable, miraculous testimony.

ALL our Christmas activities will start from Wednesday 29th November. Each Wednesday and Sunday evening we will be celebrating in Study and praise the wonderful Joy and hope that the real christmas  brings.

These evenings will comprise of Singing CHRISTmas Carols, Musicians, Drama, and fun. (Supper is served after every meeting) Wednesday evenings will be a good biblical study of CHRISTmas.

Our Carols by Candlelight service will be held on Sunday 17th Dec.

A very special service is planned for Christmas eve, Sunday morning, 24th Dec @ 11.00- 12.00 hrs

Sunday 31st Dec will also be a morning service. 11.00 hrs -12.00 hrs.

Sunday evening, all are invited to a fun and games evening, leading up to the Watchnight service (Supper will be served around 22.00 hrs.)

The WATCHNIGHT service on Sunday 31st Dec will start at 23.30 hrs and run to 00.05 hrs (5 past midnight) It is wonderful for Christians to come together to pray from one year to the next.

Supper is always served after every service.

25th Feb 2018 will be the start of the 2018 Testimony nights.

SPECIAL NOTICE….Please Note, from January 2018 our sunday services will commence at 6.00 pm (18.00 hrs) finishing at 7.00 pm (19.00 hrs).

Fellowship supper will still be served after Sunday worship.

 

 

 

 

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