All physical services and outreach are now suspended
To reduce the risk of the spread of Coronavirus, Armstrong Hall have followed UK Government guidance in suspending all services for the next few week.
It is, of course, more important than ever to ensure that the Word of God is still available to people, especially at this time of stress, fear and uncertainty. We are working with others to try and arrange online services and prayer groups to enable our rural community to stay in contact and be able to share virtual communion with each other through this time. Watch this space!
For details of services coming up, see our calendar page>>.
Breaking of Bread (Sunday 10am, except last Sunday of month)
Our Communion Service (Breaking of Bread) is central to worship at Armstrong Hall. Following a fairly traditional outline, it is a time of reflection in a calm environment where we remember the sacrifice that Jesus made for us. All are welcome.
Prayer (Sunday 10.45am)
Following the Breaking of Bread service, we have a time of prayer. We also pray together at our Housegroups. There is a Prayer Tree in Armstrong Hall for sharing Prayer requests and thanksgiving.
Family Service (Sunday 11.15am)
The family service has an ‘easy going’, family friendly feel to it, with people from all ages and backgrounds gathering to worship God. A member of our church usually leads the first part of the service as we worship God with a blend of songs and hymns of worship, both ancient and modern, with lively instrumental backing.
On the last Sunday of the month, the Family Service includes Family Communion, to which all are welcome to partake. The wine used as an emblem of Christ in the Family Communion service is non-alcoholic.
The preaching at the family service is led by a series of guest speakers, preaching from a series of pre-set themes and Scriptures; this provides a variety of styles and viewpoints.
During the week, various study groups occur in the homes of individuals in the community. Ask in Church if you would like to get involved either as a leader or a member.
Open to all
To ensure that we can be as welcoming as possible, Armstrong Hall has disabled access and toilet facilities and have a Hearing Loop fitted. Our Family Communion service uses a non-alcoholic wine to represent Christ’s Blood.