WHAT TO EXPECT ON SUNDAY

We have now updated the way our services are run:

  • There is no need to book a place, just come!

  • We provide hand sanitiser as you arrive

  • Face coverings are optional - if you feel more comfortable wearing one, or feel it would be more beneficial to others if you wear one, please do so

  • Seats are laid out in rows, which will be 1.2 metres apart. If you would like to leave a space between you and someone next to you, there are some coloured card discs available for you to pick up on entry and place on the seat next to you

  • Our children's and youth groups have recommenced - please pray for our leaders and helpers as they prepare, and our children/young people to grow in Jesus

  • We will continue to post recordings of our services until the end of November, to help with the transition for those who are returning - from December, we will provide a recording of only the sermon at a later point in the day.

 

First and foremost, we'd love to see you!

You'll find us a friendly group of people who, apart from meeting together on Sunday for worship, have lots of activities during the week for people of all shapes, sizes and background. Everyone in the neighbourhood is welcome, and we love to have people visiting us from further afield as well!

On Sunday mornings our 10.30am service usually starts with singing (to a YouTube recording) and sharing together in prayer. The service leader may include a specific talk or item for the younger congregation. At about 10.45am the under 16s leave us for their own activities after which we sing again and read the day's Bible passage. The speaker then delivers the sermon from about 10.55am. We finish with another song and prayer by about 11.30am. Fifteen minutes of informal time then follows during which tea, coffee and light refreshments are served, after which at about 11.45am the under 16s rejoin the rest of the congregation for refreshments and chat. We normally wrap up (and tidy up!) by about 12.30.

 

Lord's supper worship at PBC