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Regular Activities

Friday

Children’s Hour

6.30pm – 7.30pm

For those school age and above, an action-packed hour full of singing, Bible stories, quizzes, games, activities, craft and prizes. If you would like your children to come please contact Matthew & Lynette on 01932 347631 or Jonathan and Christine on 01483 715969.

Saturday

Saturday Night Bible Teaching

Meetings have been arranged for Bible Teaching on the following 5th Saturdays in 2017 at 7.00pm:

29th April 2017 – Dan Rudge
29th July 2017 – No meeting
30th September 2017 – James College
30th December 2017 – No meeting

Sunday

Message of Good News followed by a “bite to eat”

4.30pm – 5.15pm

2nd Sunday of the month only

Also recommended for a first time visit. We start with a time of hymn singing, followed by a short message from the Bible and conclude with a bite to eat and quizzes for the children all within a relaxed family atmosphere.

A Message of Good News

6.30pm – 7.15pm

1st, 3rd, 4th & 5th Sundays of the month

Recommended for a first time visit. This meeting starts with some hymn singing followed by a short message explaining God’s message of salvation from the Bible.

Wednesday

Time of Prayer & Bible Study

Time of Prayer: 7.30pm – 8.00pm

An opportunity for believers to unite to pray together asking for God’s guidance and help both for the needs of one another and for individuals connected to us. By doing so we acknowledge our dependence on God and fulfil what He has asked us to do.

Bible Study: 8.00pm – 8.45pm

As Christians we need to grow in our understanding and practical application of God’s Word. We alternate between a few weeks of Bible Studies where we consecutively work our way through a book in the Bible in a discussion format, followed by a few weeks of teaching where a speaker is invited who will come and share what God has laid upon His heart.

We also meet every Sunday morning at 10.00 am to Break Bread and remember the Lord Jesus, just as He asked us to before He returned to Heaven. Our worship is simple and Christ centred and during this time those present who are baptised believers who have made a commitment to the fellowship partake of the bread and wine in remembrance of His broken body and shed blood.

The Christians who meet at the Gospel Hall do not belong to any denomination or take any distinctive title other than that of Christians; we believe this to be in accordance with God’s Word, the Bible.

Where to find us

40 Woodham Lane
New Haw, Surrey KT15 3NA

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