Cell Groups meet in the church over coffee, tea or a cold drink so people can relax in each other’s company and get to know one another. Here’s what you can expect at Cell groups and Alpha. When you arrive there is usually a coffee and a chance to catch up with other members and find out how everyone is.
After a while the leader introduces the study, this is a time when as a group you will look
more closely at God’s Word.
Usually these studies have a guide book or sheet that each member of the group has a copy of Don’t worry on your first week, you can just listen or join in i f you want to. You won’t be pressurised at any point into saying anything. It’s fine if you prefer to just quietly listen to what everyone else is saying. Feel free to ask questions.
At the end there will be a prayer time. You won’t be expected or pressurised to say anything out loud, you can pray quietly in your heart, or just listen to others’ prayers. This is a time for members to share their needs or concerns with God.
So Cell Groups exist as safe environments where members can:
*Support and care for one another
*Grow in the
ir knowledge and love of God
When do the Cell groups meet?
Cell groups typically meet from Sept to May.
Monday Morning Ladies Fellowship at 10:30am