What you can expect at our Sunday gathering

Our worship service begins when the music leader calls us to stand for an opening song directing our attention to God. One of the elders will then end the call to worship with a short prayer. He will then mention the ministry details for the following week as well as any important congregational matters. This will end with a prayer bringing our ministry before the Lord. One of the men in the congregation will then read a portion of Scripture out loud and pray in light of the passage he read. After that, the music team leads us in a few songs after which a prayer for the preaching is given. The preacher preaches for about 45-55 minutes and ends the sermon with a prayer. A closing song is sung, and a benediction ends the service. Tea and coffee is then served.

The translation of the Bible that is used in our services is the English Standard Version (ESV), although some of the men leading will read from the New King James Version (NKJV) or the New American Standard Bible (NASB).

Every 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month we participate in the Lord’s Supper as part of our service. All who have a clear conscience before the Lord, have their sins forgiven, and anticipate the coming of Jesus are welcome to fellowship with us in this special way.

We have an additional “Bible Hour” every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month after the tea break. This is a more interactive-lecture styled hour of additional teaching to increase our knowledge and understanding of the Word of God.

Parking is provided inside and the gate is closed shortly after the service begins.

Most people dress smart casual.


What about my children?

A mother’s room is provided for mothers with infants and children up to age 4.

We have Sunday school for children aged 4-10. The children join us for the prayers, singing and Bible reading, and then leave for their class when the sermon begins. Children older than 10 are encouraged to sit through the entire service to observe how believers worship.