Posted: October 2020
Ebenezer take the situation seriously and seek to follow government guidelines to ensure we are Covid safe.
Our building is presently shut for refurbishment so no regular meetings are taking place on site but prayer meetings, Home Groups, and Bible study is still taking place but via Zoom. For access, please contact us.
The main public service we are offering is broadcast on our YouTube channel on Sunday mornings at 10.30, followed by a fellowship Zoom at 12pm. All our broadcast ‘Eb on the Web’ videos are stored and avaialable to view on the channel.
*On the 18th and 25th October at 4pm, we plan to meet for harvest thanksgiving Communion services at Bethesda (Welsh Calvinistic Methodist) Chapel in Mold, who have kindly allowed us to use their building. To register, please contact the Church Administrator, Christine Dutton by email on dutto49@btinternet,com
As this ever changing situation develops we will update this page regularly and keep in touch with the church family through emails and other social media.
Our first concern is for the vulnerable. We are encouraging our small groups to look out for, and appropriately care for one another. Our pastoral care teams are similarly ready to respond in appropriate ways to offer any support we can reasonably give. If you need help or know of anyone who does, please contact us.
If you feel well and able to help others, we would encourage you to responsibly contact your neighbours to offer help. We have some hello cards available to asist with this click here
We also want to ensure that the church family will be encouraged and built up during this time of social isolation. We will be recording a weekly sermon and we are currently considering other ways we can build up one another. Links will be sent out and posted on this webpage.
We have set up a YouTube Channel which has talks, music and other helpful material that you can listen to whilst we are unable to meet together face to face.
We’ve also decided to have work carried out on the building which should be complete by Christmas and includes a new heating system and improved lighting.