Visit Us At the Rock
Since August 2020, we have been meeting along with members of the Rock Baptist Church at the Rock Chapel where there has been sufficient room for us to abide by the ongoing social-distancing requirements due to the pandemic.
If you are considering visiting us during this time, you can be sure of a warm welcome and a traditional worship service where the Lord Jesus Christ is honoured and glorified.
“I was glad when they said unto me, Let us go into the house of the LORD.” – Psalm 122:1
Sunday Morning Worship
Sunday Evening Worship
Wednesday Bible Study & Prayer
Our Sunday AM and PM worship services begin with a welcome to all and the weekly notices. Following that the speaker opens in prayer, leads us in some hymns, reads from the Bible and preaches a sermon to us. (Most of our sermons are recorded in our Sermons page). Occasionally the speaker may give a children’s address but families and those of all ages are warmly welcomed in all our services.
Currently our Sunday School meets midway through our Morning Service to offer a chance for pre-primary to early secondary children to sing some songs, create a craft and hear a story from the Bible.
To learn more about how we operate this ministry in line with Covid measures as well as our safeguarding policy, please contact us for further information.
Our midweek meeting on Wednesday is a chance to join together for Bible study and prayer. We meet at 7:30pm and usually begin with a hymn and then the speaker leads us in a Bible study (most of which are recorded in our Sermons page). We then close by sharing prayer requests and praying together as a fellowship. We really encourage you to come and join us for this meeting!
Our worship service includes traditional hymns from the original Christian Hymns published by the Evangelical Movement of Wales in 1977. We desire to sing timeless Psalms, hymns and spiritual songs that not only cause us to think through the depth of Biblical truth but also to glorify God through worship that is reverent and distinctive. We trust you find the singing of these hymns a blessing during your visit.
For those with limited mobility, you can avoid the steps leading from the carpark to the church by driving up the lane next to the chapel building itself. Once inside, there are box pews on the ground level, but there is space for wheelchair users. Speak to our greeter who gladly be willing to provide any further assistance.
Our speaker system is connected to an induction T hearing loop which to enable those with hearing aids to more easily hear the service.
If you experience any difficulty in connecting with this during the service, please speak to those sitting at the back corner near our audio equipment.
There currently is no need to book your space when visiting with us, however if you do get in contact with us ahead of your visit, we can be sure to reserve you a space or answer any other questions you may have.
We warmly welcome all in our Saviour’s name!