Sunday ServicesWe are currently experimenting with a new service pattern on a trial basis. Our aim, however, remains the same – to grow in relationship with Jesus Christ and introduce other people to him.
Our main Sunday service is at Holy Trinity, Back Hamlet at 10:30am.
There is free parking at the university car park on Long Street (at the bottom of Back Hamlet)
Holy Communion is on the first and third Sundays of the month.
Children usually go out for their own special activities during the sermon and prayers except on the fourth Sunday of the month when we have a shorter, more creative all age service, and the children stay in.
MidweekChurch isn’t just for Sundays. At Waterfront Churches we run a number of events in Midweek to bring people closer to God.
Children and YouthHelping children to grow in Christian faith, understanding and maturity is very important to us at the Waterfront Churches, and there are a number of activities aimed specially at children.
Our children’s and youth worker Mirin Niekirk oversees the team of volunteers who run the various children’s groups and activities. All the team are DBS checked and safeguarding trained.
PrayerGod speaks to us about the deep things in our lives when we meet together with the Bible open. Sometimes the prompting of the Holy Spirit is so strong, we know we need to respond. We offer prayer support to anyone who feels that God has been speaking to them. A team of trusted people who wear identifying badges are available after the service in the area behind the musicians, if you’d like prayer about any matter. Please go and make yourself known to them – they’d be happy to pray with you.
3-2-1Once a term we run a short course called 321.
It’s a no strings attached way of engaging with the story of Christianity. The course is ideal for people looking into the Christian faith for the first time, as well as those who want a recap on the essentials. Each session lasts about 90 minutes and includes a short video, some questions related to themes in the video, as well as the chance to ask the questions on your mind. Oh, and there’s lots of tea, coffee and cake. It’s free so why not come to our next 321 course, which runs on Sunday evenings from 6-7:30pm at the La Tour Cycle Cafe (basement of the Wine Rack) starting 23rd September.
More info email email@example.com – or just turn up!