What We Do

What We Do

Below you will find our 'Notice Board'.

Each of the notices are also links
to take you to a more detailed explanation
as to what you might expect to find us doing
at each of those times.


Sunday (The Lord's Day)
WWD-Breaking of Bread
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WWD-Sunday School
WWD_Family Gospel Service
WWD_Prayer Meeting
Any Day of the Week
Belmont Postal Bible School

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The Emblems

The Breaking of Bread

This is the first time in the week in which we gather.

The Breaking of Bread meeting is devoted entirely to worship; our thoughts centred on the Person of the Lord Jesus. A table is central and on it is a small loaf of bread and a cup of wine. These are emblems representing the body of the Lord Jesus and His precious blood.

Our meeting is quiet and reverent in which our time together is scattered with contributions of prayer, the singing of hymns, and some moments of quiet contemplation. All of these contributions usually reflect the collective thoughts of all gathered without any rehearsal beforehand! Each of the men who rise to pray, suggest a hymn or share a thought from the Bible does so as led by the Holy Spirit. Although the women during this time remain silent, (except during the singing of hymns) their inaudible contributions of prayer and worship are no less important than the men’s contributions are. This is the Divine order as instructed in the Bible and works beautifully that way.

At some time during the meeting (usually closer to the end) thanks will be given for the emblems, which are then passed from one to the other until all in the assembly have partaken.

The purpose of our gathering is an act of obedience to the command of the Lord Jesus to do so in order that we might remember Him who suffered, bled and died on the cross for our sins, and to offer to God our worship and thanksgiving for His love and goodness to us. Perhaps He commanded this of His people because we are inclined to so easily forget!

“The Lord Jesus the same night
in which he was betrayed
took bread:
And when he had given thanks,
he brake it, and said,
Take, eat: this is my body,
which is broken for you:
this do in remembrance of me.
After the same manner also
he took the cup,
when he had supped, saying,
This cup is the new testament
in my blood:
this do ye, as oft as ye drink it,
in remembrance of me.
For as often as ye eat this bread,
and drink this cup,
ye do shew the Lord's death
till he come.”

I Corinthians 11: 23-26

Although only those in fellowship in our church partake and contribute at this meeting, nobody is excluded and anyone is welcome to come along and observe. Many people have begun their Christian lives as a result of observing what is done and said at such a meeting.

We would much appreciate a letter of commendation from our overseas visitors.

"Assembled, Lord, at Thy behest,
We wait Thy voice to hear;
O come and bless
this hallowed feast -
In spirit now draw near.

Draw near,
yea, linger in our midst;
Thy waiting saints inspire
With thoughts
of Thine unfailing love;
Grant this our soul's desire.

Such love!
surpassing human thought,
That Thou, blest Lamb of God,
Should'st bear sin's curse,
and interpose
Thine own atoning blood.

With hearts adoring thus we view
Thy table fitly spread;
Love's sweet memorial feast
to Thee,
Our risen, glorious Head.

O help us, Lord,
while gathered here,
That we none else may see;
Keep Thou our thoughts
graced with Thy love,
And wholly stayed on Thee."

David J. Beattie

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Bible Study

Our Bible Study is a time of discussion on what the Bible teaches.

The timing of this meeting takes place while the children are enjoying Sunday School upstairs. This also allows more people to benefit from the passages of Scripture under consideration.

This meeting begins with an encouraging outline and introduction on the passage or subject to be considered and continues with a discussion between the men afterwards. (As in the Breaking of Bread meeting, the women remain silent.)

We also have regular visiting speakers throughout the year and at these times we enjoy specific Bible teaching on a particular subject or chapter.

"All scripture is given
by inspiration of God,

and is profitable for doctrine,
for reproof, for correction,
for instruction in righteousness:

That the man of God
may be perfect, throughly furnished
unto all good works."

2 Timothy 3: 16-17

"Father of mercies, in Thy Word
What endless glory shines!
Forever be Thy Name adored
For these celestial lines.

Here the Redeemer’s welcome voice
Spreads heavenly peace around;
And life and everlasting joys
Attend the blissful sound.

Oh, may these holy pages be
Our ever new delight,
And still new beauties may we see,
And still increasing light.

Divine Instructor! gracious Lord!
O grant forever near,
Teach us to love Thy sacred Word,
And view the Saviour there."

Anne Steel



Sunday School

Running in conjunction with our Bible Class during term time is our Sunday School for the younger ones where they have the opportunity to learn what the Bible teaches through the 'Go Teach' syllabus, which is especially produced to help parents and teachers teach the Word of God to the next generation.

We aim to teach the fundamental truths of the Bible giving basic Bible history and covering the main events in the life of Jesus Christ.

We believe that a good foundation of Bible knowledge will help young people apply these truths to their everyday lives and present the challenge of the Gospel encouraging personal obedience to God's Word.

We would love to welcome you and your children to this group and invite you to please contact us or call Rebecca (07797 736 144) or Heather (07829 777 072) if you require further information.

I am so glad
that our Father in Heav’n

Tells of His love
in the Book He has giv’n;

Wonderful things in the Bible I see,
This is the dearest,
that Jesus loves me.


I am so glad that Jesus loves me,
Jesus loves me, Jesus loves me.
I am so glad that Jesus loves me,
Jesus loves even me.

Philip P. Bliss

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Good News Gospel

Family Gospel Service

Our Gospel service is family friendly and we warmly welcome anyone who would like to come along to enjoy singing, hear the message of Good News and enjoy refreshments afterwards.

This is not a long service, which makes it easier for families with little children.

Periodically we have a special Family Gospel Service, which starts at the earlier time of 3:30pm incorporating our children's work. This service is especially geared for the young ones and their parents and of course anyone else who may want to be with us. Notice is given in good time so that everyone knows when this is going to take place.

Please note, these meetings are completely free and no collection is taken.


It is vitally important that everyone gets to hear the message of the Gospel because everyone has the right to choose for themselves what they will do in response to what God has done especially for them. If they never hear then they will never know.

What then is the message of the Gospel?

"The Gospel is
the good news of Jesus Christ
and His offer of Salvation
through His death, burial and resurrection
to be received by faith."
C. Stanley

Using the words of the Lord Jesus Himself, the message of the Gospel is this:

“For God so loved the world
that he gave His only begotten Son,
that whosoever believeth in Him
should not perish
but have everlasting life”
John 3: 16.

Why not come and hear what the Bible has to say for yourself?

"O sweet is the story of Jesus,

The wonderful Savior of men,
Who suffered
and died for the sinner,

I’ll tell it again and again!

He came
from the brightest of glory;

His blood as a ransom He gave,
To purchase eternal redemption;
And, O, He is mighty to save!

His mercy flows on like a river;
His love is unmeasured and free;
His grace is forever sufficient,
It reaches and purifies me."

Charles H. Gabriel


More information on the Gospel Message is found here

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Prayer Meeting

It has been said that “the prayer meeting is the pulse of the church,” and this when the needs of our church family members are collectively brought before God. The needs of missionaries and itinerant preachers are also considered as well as local and worldwide affairs. The list of things for which to pray is endless, nevertheless we are persuaded that God is able to deal with the needs of each one and it is a real blessing to be able to bring before Him all our cares and concerns with thankful hearts.

“Be careful for nothing;
but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving
let your requests
be made known unto God.
And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding,
shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.”
Philippians 4: 6-7

"Prayer is the soul’s sincere desire,

Unuttered or expressed;
The motion of a hidden fire
That trembles in the breast.

Prayer is the burden of a sigh,
The falling of a tear
The upward glancing of an eye,
When none but God is near.

is the simplest form of speech

That infant lips can try;
Prayer, the sublimest strains
That reach the Majesty on high.

is the Christian’s vital breath,

The Christian’s native air,
His watchword
at the gates of death;

He enters Heav’n with prayer.

Prayer is the contrite sinner’s voice,
Returning from his ways,
While angels in their songs rejoice
And cry, Behold, he prays!

The saints in prayer appear as one
In word, in deed, and mind,
While with the Father and the Son
Sweet fellowship they find.

No prayer is made by man alone
The Holy Spirit pleads,
And Jesus, on th’eternal throne,
For sinners intercedes.

O Thou by whom we come to God,
The life, the truth, the way,
The path of prayer
Thyself hast trod:

Lord, teach us how to pray."

James Montgomery

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Belmont Postal Bible School

his is something that you and your children can partake in without even leaving your home!

Postal Bible School here in Jersey is a well established form of Bible Education for all ages. We currently make use of lessons provided by the Bible Educational Services which distribute Bible lessons and courses worldwide.

Upon application either using our invitation card or request via email, would-be students are issued with a set of sample lessons to try out along with an accompanying note to parents or guardians to explain how the Postal Bible School operates.

Conducted within the privacy of their own home students complete the lessons in one month instalments and then return them by post for marking.

Prizes are presented on an annual basis according to the amount of points each student has earned during the year.

Bible lessons are provided for all ages from five upwards, and adult courses are also available.

Why not try it out to see for yourself?

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