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Church Life

What to expect

The word of God is alive and active (Hebrews 4:12) which is the reason it is the focus of each of our gatherings. We pray that people get to know Christ more as the Bible is taught through challenging and thought-provoking sermons.

Whether you’re just here for a one off visit or looking to join the church on a permanent basis, we hope that you will feel warmly welcomed at Emmanuel Baptist Church. 

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Our Services

Our Sunday morning services vary throughout the year as we will focus on a book of the bible for a series of Sundays.  

Each week we will have a sermon along with worship songs and prayer time - which are be led by our Pastor or Guest Speaker.

On the first Sunday of the month we have communion as well as our normal service.

After the service we have a time of fellowship, meeting for refreshments, this is a time to catch up with each other.

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Children's Church

Every Sunday, children have the opportunity to learn about the hope we have in Jesus Christ.  We have  a designated place for children to learn about Jesus on their level.

Every Sunday our children experience safe, age appropriate teaching where the bible is taught in a creative and relevant way.  

Safeguarding

We take the safeguarding of our children and young people very seriously.  Our safeguarding policy is available on request.  We partner with thirtyone:eight (http://thirtyoneight.org) which is the leading independent Christian charity professional advice, training, support and resources in all areas of safeguarding and child protection.

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During the Week

Prayer Meetings

We meet alternate Tuesday mornings at 10.30am for a prayer meeting at the church.

Bible Study

Every other Tuesday, we have a morning and evening bible study that take place. Ask at church to find out more.  

Social Events

There are regular social events on a Friday afternoon, more information can be found in the church foyer.

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