Simply teaching the Bible, simply
Each Sunday evening we meet from 6pm until approx. 7pm to praise God and study HIs Word.

Our Sunday evening service is another opportunity to gather together, praise God, study His word and apply it to our lives. Starting in late September 2019, our first few studies were focussed on Acts chapter 2 and verse 42, where we are told that the early Christians continued doing four things in particular;

  • They continued steadfastly in the apostles doctrine (that is what was believed by Jesus’ disciples)
  • They continued to fellowship with each other (they knew it was important to meet with others who believed the same)
  • They continued to break bread (they continued to share communion with each other, as Jesus had commanded them to)
  • They continued to pray (both talking to, and listening to God)
And they continued steadfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in prayers.

Acts 2:42

What you can expect at our Sunday evening service

Our Sunday evening services start at 6pm, and begin with a short time of praise where we sing to God – thanking and praising Him for all He has done for us.  This time of sung worship is led by the DCF music team – with the style of music best described as contemporary, but not raucous.

Like our Sunday morning services, we then spend some time in prayer; however whereas in the morning we largely focus our prayer on the needs of our church family, at our evening services we spend time praying for our town, and those that we know who need Jesus as their saviour (an outward, rather than inward focus).

A member of our church family will then read the Bible passage that we are studying that evening, after which the Bible study will be taught for approx. 25 minutes, often by our assistant pastor. Sometimes we will have a series of studies on a particular topic, while other topical studies will be for just that week.

The service closes with another song of praise to God. There are no teas & coffees after our evening service, but you are of course welcome to spend time talking with us.

We would love to see you at our Sunday evening service and like all our meetings there is no dress code to follow as such – everyone dresses as they feel is appropriate and/or comfortable.

Still have questions?

If you have any questions please feel free to get in touch with us – we’ll respond as quickly as we can.