AT A GLANCE
Sunday: Morning Worship @ 10.30am with Aaron Harvey speaking.
Monday: Ladies Bible Study: Diesel
Tuesday: Prayer Meeting: Young Adults
Thursday: Mainly Music: Spark: Fuel
IN MORE DETAIL
Sunday worship at 10.30am. Communion. Aaron Harvey will be continuing the series ‘Tough Questions’ with ‘ How can a good God allow suffering? Floods, famine, earthquakes – is God cruel or just not very powerful? Can He be a ‘God of Love’? Worship will be led by Elaine Henderson.
Children’s Church @ ACF. Usual Sunday morning activities for children are held from 11am – 12 noon and comprise: New born to age 3 – Creche in the Rainbow room. Age 3 to P2’s in the DJ Team room (by the crèche); P3 to P6 in the Cube room. For more information contact our Children’s Pastor, David Young.
Ignite: 11am-12 noon: P7-S2’s meet in the youth room at the front of the main hall. For more information contact our Youth Pastor, Gillian MacKenzie.
Home Groups: Meet on various evenings throughout the city. Please speak with Pete Henderson or contact the church office for more information.
Ladies Bible Study: 9.30-11.30am. A study, entitled ‘Discovering your spiritual gifts’ is being discussed this term, to which all ladies are invited for a great time of fellowship around God’s Word. There is room for new members to join and you will be warmly welcomed. The group runs during term time. No creche available meantime.
Diesel (S3-S6): Weekly Youth Bible Study 7.00-9.00pm. Led by our Youth Pastor, Gillian MacKenzie.
‘Parenting for Faith Course’, beginning May 13th at ACF. This 8-week programme is for parents, grandparents, carers, and all those involved in raising children; for those with a heart to see their kids grow in faith and relationship with God.
We’ll meet at the church each Monday from 7-8:30pm and each session will be video-led, with time for discussion and reflection. Here is a bit more info from their website:
“The goal of the course is to help parents discover that they are perfectly positioned to show their children the reality of a life with God and to empower them to have their own vibrant two-way relationship with him.”
Prayer Meeting: 7.00pm. Led by Phil Barlow from Barnabas Fund, who will provide information on the work of Barnabas and highlight the plight of persecuted Christians throughout the world, and our responsibility towards them.
Young Adults Group (YAGS) is for those S6/17 years old, students and young people. We meet 9-10.30pm for hot chocolate, a catch up and Bible study. For further information contact Gillian MacKenzie on email@example.com.
Mainly Music: 10.00-11.30am. A pre-school, faith based singing group for children and their carers, followed by coffee and free play session. If you are interested in coming along, please e-mail Pamela at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spark: An after-school group for Nursery & P1-7’s that meets every Thursday during term-time from 4-6pm. We have crafts, games, Bible stories, songs, and more, and we even end each session with some dinner! Spark costs £3/family to attend. We’ll also have monthly ‘Spark Sundays’ where we’ll gather to present something in our morning worship service.
Fuel (P7-S3) Weekly Youth Cafe 7.00-9.00pm. For more information contact our Youth Pastor, Gillian MacKenzie.
Seniors@ACF: 10.30am to 12 noon. Food, quizzes, teas, coffees and laughter. Speak to Rona Boyd for further information or contact the church office.
Future Events at ACF:
19 May, Sunday worship at 10.30am. No Communion. Gillian MacKenzie will continue the series ‘Tough Questions’ with ‘ Too busy for God?’ What is important to me? How should I prioritize my life? God has made you a high priority and desires that you get to know and enjoy Him. Worship will be led by Matthew Smith.
Sunday Evening worship @ 6pm next held on 19 May.
Men’s Fellowship: Will next meet at 7pm on 5 June for a Q&T evening. Q&T is not a new drink, but a cocktail of Quiz and Testimony. For more information please contact Phil Smith.
Future events outwith ACF:
Confident Christianity: Sharing the gospel in an age of tough questions. 9am-4.30pm, Saturday 1 June 2019 at Hebron Evangelical Church, Summer Street.
Do you find the thought of talking about Jesus to friends, neighbours, classmates or colleagues daunting?
Do you sometimes find yourself thinking “what if I say something that makes God look bad?” Or wondering what happens if they raise a challenging question or objection to which you’re unable to respond?
Well, you’re not alone! In the fast-paced, skeptical and secular culture in which we live, most of us find evangelism a bit daunting. That’s why Solas is partnering with ACF, Hebron, and three other churches, for this conference. We will help you become confident and empowered to talk about Jesus more naturally, engage in evangelism that persuades people, and feel equipped to answer the questions of your friends.
Andy Bannister “How to talk about Jesus without looking like an idiot” “Are we matter or do we matter?”
Mark Stirling “Everyone believes in something” “Can I disagree without being disagreeable?”
David Galloway “Life’s design: The real deal or an illusion?” “Can science explain everything?”
Max Baker-Hytch “What can historians tell us about Jesus?” “Why isn’t God more obvious?”
Tickets £15 adult / £5 concession Lunch provided
Contact: email@example.com 01224 642221 or hebron-evangelical.co.uk/solas
Wheelchair: A wheelchair has been kindly donated to the church, and is available to anyone attending ACF who has mobility difficulties. Please speak with one of the duty stewards for assistance.
Please check out our website, www.aberdeencf.com,