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Welcome to wembley


A short introduction to Wembley church of Christ

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Welcome to wembley


A short introduction to Wembley church of Christ

 

Whether you have heard of us from a friend, seen our building on Barnhill Road or simple found us on google, this website will let us introduce ourselves to you.

 
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Who we are


We are just ordinary people from many walks of life. We come from different cultural, social and family backgrounds. We are different ages, have different jobs, yet are united in our faith that Jesus Christ is saviour.

Who we are


We are just ordinary people from many walks of life. We come from different cultural, social and family backgrounds. We are different ages, have different jobs, yet are united in our faith that Jesus Christ is saviour.

We are Christians only. We are non-denominational and have no earthly head or headquarters. We have no organisation other than independent congregations. Each congregation governs itself under authority of Jesus Christ and by His words in the New Testament. We strive to practice our faith with the simplicity and sincerity that we read about in the New Testament. We call ourselves a church of Christ because it denotes our desire to belong to none other than Christ.

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Worship


Find out more about what we get up to on a Sunday morning

Worship


Find out more about what we get up to on a Sunday morning

Following the example of the churches in the New Testament, we meet together on the first day of each week (Sunday) to worship God (Acts 20:7). A typical worship service includes several prayers, spoken from the heart by men of the congregation; we sing a number of hymns a cappella (that is, without musical instruments) since we believe that the early church sang without instrumental accompaniment (Ephesians 5:19); we take the Lord's Supper (unleavened bread and grape juice) to remember the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ (1 Corinthians 11:23-26); we take up an offering from our members to support the work of this congregation (1 Corinthians 16:1-2); the Bible is read publicly by one of the men of the congregation; a sermon based on a Bible passage or topic is preached to instruct and encourage the members of the congregation in their Christian lives (1 Timothy 4:13). Visitors are always welcome at our worship service.