Beacon Church Centre - Worship, Prayer & Learning
Worship is in the best tradition of the reformed, evangelical church. We aim for contemporary, lively, relaxed worship that is relevant to all ages present. We believe that worship should be an opportunity to bring both our praise and our concerns to God as well as an opportunity to allow God to minister to us. Hymns come from a wide variety of sources and cover the best of the last three hundred years of hymnody. Dance and drama are used from time to time.
Sundays at 11.00am
adults worship together for the first twenty minutes after which the children go
into Junior Church. Everybody meets together for tea and coffee after worship.
Sundays at 6.30pm
celebrated on the third Sunday of the month.
Prayer - joint with St Chad's
Power House Prayer Meeting - Tuesdays at 7.00pm
Every Tuesday evening there is an hour of prayer for individuals, the church, the community and the world. It is led by one of our regular worshippers and we meet in the sanctuary from 7.00pm to 8.00pm.
Prayer Walking - Fridays at 9.45am
Each Friday morning we spend an hour walking around the village praying for the community and individuals within it as we go.
Minister's Hour - every four to six weeks Tuesdays at 8.00pm
We meet in the
sanctuary for an opportunity to discuss a topic of interest concerning the
mission and witness of the church. The minister introduces the theme.
House Group - Sundays at 8.00pm as arranged.
Led by Elizabeth or Julia the group follows a theme lasting four or five sessions at a time. However each meeting is self contained so it does not matter if you have to miss one.
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This website has been constructed, and is maintained, by Rev Ian Ring, Community Co-ordinator of the Community for Reconciliation and Minister of the Beacon Church Centre, Rubery. Any views expressed in this website are personal views and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Community for Reconciliation, The Beacon Church Centre or The United Reformed Church as a whole.
© Ian Ring 2001-5. All comments regarding the website to Ian Ring please.
Site last updated 12th January 2005