Every Week the Christians who are part of Waterloo Christian Fellowship who meet at The Waterloo Hall organise and attend several services. In this, we attempt to be obedient to some simple commands in the Bible as we seek to worship, pray, encourage, remember & learn. Although some of our services are aimed more at those of us who are part of the church, we would warmly welcome anyone who wishes to attend any service.
Breaking of Bread (Communion) – contact us for times
At the beginning of every week, on a Sunday morning, we meet and remember our Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ. Through 2 simple items, the bread & the wine, we retell the wonderful story of the good news that God became a man on this earth, lived, died & then lived again so that we may be set free. We sing hymns & songs, read passages of the bible and pray during this service as an act of remembrance and worship.
All who know and love the Lord Jesus are welcome.
What the Bible Teaches! – 11.00 am – 12.00 pm
Join us for a time of praise and study of the bible for all ages. You won’t be asked to do anything; you don’t even need to sing! You are welcome to come and listen to Bible teaching. Usually, we will go through a book of the Bible systematically. For the children, there will be activities they can do at a table while you listen to what is being said.
Good News Cafe – 12.20 pm – 1 pm
At Waterloo, we want to share the good news about our Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ. We believe that this story is just as relevant today as it was 2000 yrs ago, and through this good news, we can all find freedom and life. Of course, we don’t just limit the sharing of this news to a Sunday at 12.30 pm; there are many other activities and things we seek to do as a church & as individuals to tell everyone we know this wonderful (true) story.
So come grab a coffee or tea and a few biscuits and join us for an informal look at who Jesus is.
Everyone is welcome.
Prayer Meeting – 7.30 – 8.30 pm
As a Church, we often pray, and our main meeting is on Tuesday evening at 7.30 pm. We are commanded to pray, and we want to pray. We seek to pray not just for ourselves but for the community around Waterloo Gospel Hall and those we know who are going through difficult times. When we pray, we also try to give thanks for the many things that God has done for us. One of the most important things we pray for is that many people who live in Weston super Mare would respond to the good news of Jesus and put their trust in Him.
If you need prayer or want someone to visit and pray with you, please contact us and let us know.
Bible Study and Bible Teaching – 7.30 – 8.30 pm
We have a bible study meeting on Wednesday evening where we learn our bibles by studying particular books.
Sometimes this takes the form of a group discussion; sometimes, we invite someone to come and teach. You are welcome to come and just listen. We do this to learn more about God, to encourage, challenge, and draw us closer to Him.
You shall know the truth. And the truth will set you free.