The morning service is when most of the congregation meet together to worship God, learn from the bible and encourage each other in their Christian lives.
People of all ages, 0 to 92, come to this service as a church family. Most Sundays the service starts with an all age act of worship. This is led by a variety of church members and contains a mixture of traditional and contemporary music. The worship group, who lead the singing, usually includes keyboard, guitars, drums, flute and voices.
During the second half of the service the children and young people leave for Junior Church, while the main congregation have a time of prayer and bible teaching.
On occasions we have an all age service when we remain all together for the whole service.
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During the morning service a collection is taken for God's work at Alnwick Baptist Church. This is mainly for our own members to bring their regular gift to God and there is no obligation to anyone to contribute to this.
The service usually concludes by 12 noon and is followed by refreshments and informal socialising.
The morning service includes Communion on the first Sunday of each month.
Everyone who loves Jesus as their Lord and Saviour is invited to partake in communion. Some people choose to pass the bread and the wine on to their neighbour without partaking. At Alnwick Baptist Church the bread is broken off a loaf of (gluten free) bread as it is passed around from person to person. The wine is served in small individual glasses.
Prayer Walks. Some of the congregation will prayer walk during the service on an ad hoc basis. They pray for the town; its economy, community, needs and that God's kingdom will come in Alnwick.
A regular Communion service is held that provides the opportunity for a time of quiet reflection.
Other Sunday evenings
On the last Sunday evening of most months at 7pm we have a service of worship when people can receive prayer for healing and wholeness or for any other matter troubling them in a quiet and unhurried setting.
Other Sunday evenings are occasionally used for learning new songs, ‘listening to God’ evenings, or other special events.