Every area of life can be transformed by the love of God and part of Gods love for everyone is demonstrated through signs, wonders and miracles. Our role is to join in with God and see the manifestation and demonstration of His love and His power poured out wherever we go, at school; work; home; sports venue; shops, cafes. Our desire is to create a family of hope-filled believers who deeply experience the love and presence of God and are passionate about the things of God. Who want to partner with Jesus to express the joy, peace and power of His kingdom here on earth.
Children and youth will be WELCOME at our meetings. We don't mind kids being kids - it's okay to run around and have fun. We encourage children and youth to join the worship with instruments and move in all the gifts of the Holy Spirit. We treat the safety and well-being of all our children and youth with the utmost importance, and therefore all our children and youth workers will have full DBS clearance.
St Paul once urged the Corinthian church that the greatest gift that God could give to them was love. (1 Corinthians 13:13)Our desire is to love God, our church family and our community.
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Our aim also is to give everyone the confidence and the ability to go out into their communities with the expectation of hearing God in every situation that they encounter.
and as you go, preach, saying, 'The Kingdom of Heaven is at hand', heal the sick, cleanse the lepers, raise the dead, cast out demons. Freely you have received, freely give.
Prayer is an important part of our journey as a church. We believe that prayer changes the world and changes lives, and that in some profound way God desires our involvement. Prayer is a mystery, an adventure and a privilege. None of us ever feel like we are professionals in this, but it is exciting, offering our heartfelt pleas, standing together and seeing God move - often in miraculous ways.
We believe that giving from the heart is important and in many respects, a gift to God. Whilst there is no obligation to give, we feel that those who consider themselves part of the church would want to support our ministry and this is a great indication of their love for the church and the building of God’s kingdom.