Baptism(2).jpg David and Greta Peters

SUNDAYS: 10.30Am & 6.30PM 

TEL: 01752 661019 (Office hours: Mon-Fri 9am-2pm) 

May
29
May 29
Sunday 5:30 PM
Every last Sunday of the month we meet before the evening service, at Ragamuffins cafe, for food. Meeting at 5.30pm - £2 contribution for food. Let us know if you are coming so that we can make enough.
Ragamuffins Cafe (44 Embankment Road)
Jun
04
June 04
Saturday
Cross community event on Plymouth Hoe. Our band will be playing and our evangelistic outreach team are also involved. You'll find fun for all ages, with live music, children's entertainment including face-painting, storytelling & bouncy castles to businesses large and small, charity & community stalls & various takeaway food vendors to keep you going all day long!
Plymouth Hoe
https://sites.google.com/a/jduo.co.uk/ufest/home
Jun
05
June 05
Sunday 4:30 PM
If you are interested in being baptised, or just want to find out more about full-immersion baptism, then sign up to our 3-week baptism course today.
Plymouth Christian Centre
http://www.plymouthchristiancentre.org/activities/courses/baptism-course
Jun
07
June 07
Tuesday 7:30 PM
Join us for our monthly prayer meeting, every first Tuesday of the month. A time of worship, reflections and seeking God together.
Plymouth Christian Centre
Jun
15
June 15
Wednesday 10:15 AM
Join us for a mid-week service, followed by an opportunity for prayer and refreshments. Run during our normal Wednesday morning Prayer Centre session.
Plymouth Christian Centre
Jun
17
June 17
Friday
We are looking forward to having David and Greta Peters back with us for the third year in a row - for a great weekend workshop on the Holy Spirit. The seminars will run on Friday evening and all day Saturday - £10 total for both days. Book your place: contact@plymouthchristiancentre.org
Plymouth Christian Centre
http://www.plymouthchristiancentre.org/news/news--events/releasing-spiritual-gifts

Marlow blog

Many of you would have heard that James Marlow, a member of our church, has been diagnosed with a cancerous tumor in his knee. The Marlow family have set up a blog to keep people updated on James' progress. Go to blog >