Fellowship Groups

Church is so much more than just meeting on a Sunday

 

Church? What’s it about?

It’s about believers meeting together, any time and any place, to pray, worship and explore the Bible. We do this in our Fellowship Groups, which are gatherings of around 5-10 people that meet for about an hour and a half each week at various venues around Stonydelph.

Fellowship Groups help us to support each other, become better followers of Jesus and share God’s love in the community.

If you would like to join any of the Fellowship Groups below please contact the office (01827 330306) for further details

From the week commencing the 18th January the groups will begin a study entitled ‘Brain-Frying Facts from the Bible’ by Rick Bundschuh. It is in fact a study aimed at young people, and when they did it they were really challenged, so we thought, ‘OK, we will also have a go!’ Surely a study to test the smoke detectors in our homes :)

Day                               Time                         Leader

Monday                           1:30 pm                          Gordon

Tuesday                        10:00 am                           Pat

Wednesday                   10:00 am                           Gill

Thursday                         7:30 pm                           Gill

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Sunday Mornings

Whether you have been following Jesus for years or are just interested in finding out more, you are welcome to join us on a Sunday morning. There is room for everyone in God’s Family whatever your age or background. We believe everyone is loved and valued by God and so seek to be welcoming to all.

We meet at 10am and the service lasts between an hour and an hour and twenty minutes. The services vary each week…

Alternate Worship Service (1st Sunday of the month)
This service is led by one of our Fellowship Groups, with time to pray, praise songs and a talk on part of the Bible. There is a group for children and young people during the service.

Holy Communion (2nd Sunday)
This is a more formal service where we use bread and wine to remember God’s love for us through Jesus’ death and resurrection. There are groups for children and young people during the service.

Morning Praise (3rd & 4th Sunday)
This is a fairly informal service with time to pray, plenty of praise songs and a talk on part of the Bible. There is a group for children and young people during the service.

Renewal & Healing (5th Sunday)
This is an informal service where there is an emphasis on seeking God’s presence and praying for God to powerfully touch and transform our lives. There is a group for children and young people during the service.

After each service we spend time together over a tea and coffee in the lower hall. Cakes are also on sale, with money raised going to charity.