Secret Church

22 Oct - Evening Service - Preacher Can't Say - 6:30pm - What Reading?
When Oct 22, 2023
from 06:30pm to 07:40pm
Where Cathays in Chapel
Contact Name
Contact Phone 029 2065 0740
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Secret Church Preacher
'Can't say - too dangerous'
Sermon Title:
Focus on the secret church
What reading? - Bibles are too dangerous! Listen 
While following Jesus is a challenge in every time and culture, there are some places on earth where it's positively dangerous. How do Christians stay faithful to God in places like North Korea or Somalia or Yemen?

During Secret Church, brought to us by Open Doors, we'll be exploring what it's like to be an underground believer. We'll sing, reflect, hear God's word and pray together for our brothers and sisters around the world.

Recommended age limit: high school and older (younger children allowed but at parents discretion).

Millions of Christians across the world must worship in secret. They cannot gather in a church building – because buildings are banned. They don’t have a Bible because it’s too dangerous. They can’t even sing to God in anything above a whisper.

They are the secret church. Their gatherings are dangerous and illegal. And yet still they dare to meet: under cover of darkness; in caves, forests and cellars; in apartments and houses.

And this is your chance to join them. Just for a while...
Series Theme:
Mission Sunday

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Children & Youth

Tiny Toes (0-2 year olds): Coffee Lounge at 9:15am and 11:15am
Footsteps (2-4 year olds): Triple Room - Downstairs under the Chapel at 9:15am and 11:15am
Trailblazers (Rec - yr6): Downstairs in the Pierce Hall at 9:15am and 11:15am

Edge on Sundays (yr7 - yr10): Downstairs under the Chapel in the Double Room & GF Room at 11:15am

What To Expect

A time of singing and praying.

A few notices about what is going on in the Church. A children's talk and a song possibly with actions when there is a family service.

A talk based on the Bible reading(s) during the regular Sunday service