Here at FEC we regard Sunday as a unique day for corporate worship. It has been given this significance by Jesus' resurrection from the dead on Sunday, and the subsequent meetings of the early Church on this day (Matt 28:1, Acts 20:7, Rom 16, 1 Cor 16:1).
We are convinced that this unique day for corporate worship should include Bible preaching, Holy communion, Fellowship, Prayer and Singing. Although these key markers of corporate worship are included in Sunday services, each Sunday service has its own identity.
Morning Service - 10:30am - 11:45am
Our morning services are generally family orientated with a crèche and Sunday School programmes in place during the service, and are particularly accessible for first time visitors to the Church. Sometimes the morning services have a clear evangelistic perspective.
Here at FEC we recognise that worship through music has had a significant role for both the Old Testament Jews and New Testament Christians. With Biblical texts such as ‘How good it is to sing praises to our God,’ ‘Praise Him with the sounding of the trumpet’ and ‘let the word of Christ dwell in you richly as you . . . sing psalms, hymns and spiritual songs with gratitude in your hearts to God’ (Psalm 147:1; 150:3; Col 3:16), we wholeheartedly engage in singing to God with the help of musicians and aided by projection technology.
We have a great team of musicians, with a variety of instruments, who lead our singing. We are always happy to learn new songs and include new musicians to the team from amongst our regular Church attenders.
In all we do, whatever day of the week, we aim to glorify Jesus and extend the knowledge of Him to Flint and indeed to the whole world.