Encounter House Church is open to everyone!
No matter what your thoughts are about God or church. Whether you are coming back to church after being away for a while, or you’re looking at coming to this church thing for the first time, we want you to know that you are very welcome here.
You can expect a warm welcome, a comfortable atmosphere, a cup of coffee or tea and maybe something yummy too! Lively & relevant worship and a short talk.
When does Sunday Evening start?
Starts at 5:30pm
From 5pm you can come along and meet and chat and even have a cuppa.
What about access and facilities?
Abridge Village Hall is wheelchair accessible and has facilities for disabled people.
If travelling by car, Abridge Village Hall has plenty of parking facilities.
What will the service be like?
Sundays are an encouraging, challenging, uplifting and fun place to be, incorporating fellowship, worship, teaching and ministry.
Our worship is live and is led by our worship leaders and musicians. Our music is current with the day we live in and our Bible-based teaching relates to day-to-day living in today’s society. We use various media during our meetings, such as, videos and audio.
Will I have to say anything?
Will I have to say anything, sign anything, give anything, or be singled out in any way?
"No one is going to single you out or ask you to stand up and give your name or give money or anything else if you do not wish to. We do take an offering up during the service but please feel free to let the bag go passed."
Grab a free coffee or tea, sit down and relax.
Whether you’re new to church or been around your whole life, you’re in good company with those of us who are exploring who God is—or rediscovering what church can be.
What about my kids?
Do they come into the service with me or is there something going on for them?
At Encounter House our children’s programme provides for kids. The meeting starts with everyone together and the children are welcome to stay in and join in (We have instruments and ribbons etc they can wave around and play) Then if needed a seperate programme for them can be provided during the talk and prayer times.