When does Church happen?

Sundays at 11am


We start with a selection of worship songs displayed by video. We favour modern Christian music with occasional traditional hymns, delivered by a music group incorporating vocalists, a keyboard, guitars and drums, who play at a volume which respects the hearer’s ear drums. Usually children remain in the service for about 30 minutes when the school aged young people will leave the main area to go to various age appropriate programmes. Very young children can be left under supervision in our crèche.

We rely on a wide selection of gifted visiting speakers, including people from our own membership, to then address the remaining adults. They give a bible based, 25 or 30 minute talk, which is relevant to all levels of interest, from those just searching for faith to the mature Christian.

On alternate Sundays there will be a brief communion (breaking of bread) element to the service, where those who have a personal faith in Jesus Christ as their saviour are invited to respond to His command to take bread and wine in memory of His sacrificial death for us on the cross.

Bouncy Castle at Pendlebury Evangelical ChurchThe service concludes at around 12.05pm when there is no communion and between 12.15 and 12.20pm on the occasions that we have had communion.

The majority of attendees usually stay a while for refreshments and a chat.

We feel it is very important that children realise that church is fun. Therefore, after church, we provide a bouncy castle and a range of other enjoyable facilities. These include pool, table tennis, playstations etc. in our cellar (one of the benefits of our buildings former use as a pub!).

 

Toddler Group
Thursday Morning (in term time) 10am till 11.30am

Around 30/35 parents with up to 40 toddlers enjoy what is considered, by them, to be one of the best in the area. Tea or coffee and biscuits for parents, juice and biscuits for the toddlers. There is a nominal cost of 50p per adult and £1 for each toddler.

Thursday Afternoon fellowship (in term time) 2 till 3 pm

A pleasant opportunity to meet friends and enjoy a bible based epilogue from a visiting speaker.

Twice a year this group organise a coach trip and meals out to popular destinations.

Thursday evening 7.45 till 9pm

One week – Bible study, discussion, or DVD of internationally recognised speakers.

Alternate week – Prayer meeting followed by Breaking of Bread (Communion).

Outreach Dinners

Once or twice a year, members of the church invite their non church attending friends to an evening dinner. On these occasions we use outside caterers for a quality evening of food and wine, good conversation and a renowned after dinner speaker.