“Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the Kingdom of Heaven belongs to such as these” Matt 19:14
Young Church (YC) and Youth Group (YG) meet every Sunday during school term time except on the last Sunday of each month when we have our All Age Service.
An information sheet is available for parents to fill in about their children. YC and YG usually use a variety of materials, including from Scripture Union, UK. Groups may be combined or split, as required with each yearly intake. Young Church teachers work on a rota, if you would like to volunteer to teach and assist please talk to the churc Administrator .
AGES 3 to 10
AGES 11 to 18
Lots of fun and great teaching!
Lots of chat, coffee, snacks, indoor and outdoor play for parents, babies and pre schoolers.
Little Sheep normally runs the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month.
Through ASIC’s monthly Prayer Chain we hope that everyone who attends church is prayed for every day throughout the year.
To join please contact Administrator and select one day in the month during which you set aside time to pray for ASIC.
Home Groups /Small Groups
Home Groups are the core of our pastoral strategy and commitment to forming a caring community.
Currently there are two Home Groups which meet during the week for Bible study, Christian reading, fellowship and prayer. One medium-size group meets in Hamra at NEST (contact: Peter Ford); the other larger group of women alternates between Hamra and Dekwaneh (contact: Annika Greco). If you are interested in joining a Home Group, see Peter or Annika. Better yet, how about leading and/or hosting a new Home Group? Talk with Peter if you'd like to prayerfully consider this.
For 6 weeks starting 16 October 2018 7:00 - 9:00 p.m, in the church hall. The evening will begin with a simple meal together (LL 5,000 per meal donation appreciated), followed by a short video from the series "That the World May Know", featuring the renowned Biblical scholar Ray Vander Laan. These focus on certain Bible passages (especially the Old Testament) and how archaeology of related sites in the Holy Land help them to "come alive" and inform our Christian walk of faith. Subsequent discussion will be led by Patty Ford.
All welcome! Please let Patty or Ruth know if you are able to join.
The Alpha Course is a fun way to explore the meaning of life and more of the Christian faith in a relaxed setting. We usually run Alpha from September to November.
Occasionally we run The marriage course, which provides a beautiful setting to focus on the relationsship. It follows a program developed by the same people behind the Alpha Course.
We celebrate the diversity of our whole church family that is expressed within the Anglican communion with prayer available at each service.
Our services follow after the Arabic congregation, occasionally service times may change, especially during Christmas and Easter with other Principal Feasts.
1st Sunday 11:15am Holy Communion
2nd Sunday 11:15 am Morning Praise
3rd Sunday 11:15 am Holy Communion
4th Sunday 11:15 am Morning Prayer
(in a 5 Sunday Month)
Last Sunday 11.15 am Morning Praise
(All Age Service)
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