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10:30am - 11:45am Morning Worship
- followed by Coffee Fellowship
- Sunday School during the Meeting
- All-Age Worship (monthly)
3.30pm Messy Church (Second Sunday of the month)
- 10th Nov
Photos from Messy Church:
- 9am-10.30am Community Breakfast Drop-in
- 10am - 12pm Open House Community Space
- 7.15pm Brass Band Practice
- 10am - 11:30am Parents & Toddlers (Term time only)
- Please contact us on 01243 870243 for details.
- 12pm Dance Fit FM (Term Time Only)
- A free dance aerobics session in a fun no-pressure environment.
- 5pm-6.30pm Kids Alive Club - Primary Aged (Term time only)
- Please contact 01243 870243 for details.
- 6.30pm-8.15pm Youth Group - High School Aged (Term Time Only)
Events - Christmas
Christmas is just around the corner and we are excited to say that we will be supporting our community throuhout this period.
* Presents & Food: We will be providing Christmas gifts & a boxed Christmas lunch for families referred to us by local partner agencies. Donations of new unwrapped presents can be donated to us for distribution by bringing them to our church hall or our charity shop up until Sat 14th Dec. We have a Toy Service on Sunday 8th Dec at 10.30am to which you are warmly invited.
* Christmas Eve Meal: Every week we serve a breakfast to those who are homeless and vulnerable. On Christmas Eve we will serve a special breakfast from 9am-10.30am.
* Christmas Day provision: We will hold a short celebration service at 10.30am.
* Christmas Services: Every Sunday at 10.30am we will have a Christmas service, to which you are warmly invited. The datesa and themes are to be found below.
* Christmas Carolling: We have a full schedule of ministry planned including every Saturday (except 22nd) playing carols in London Road between 10am-12pm. We will also be in Chichester town centre on Sat 7th & 14th between 2pm-4pm. We will also be at different events and centres throughout the Christmas period.
Please note that whilst we endeavour to keep the information on this site up-to-date, dates are subject to change. Please call the office on 01243 870243 for more information.
For more live information, please follow our Facebook Page - search bognorSA - as this is kept up to date daily.
Our corps uses a variety of music to aid worship. This ranges from the traditional to the contemporay. To support our worship we have a brass band, a pianist and a guitarist as well as lively songs for the children (of all ages!).
BOGNOR REGIS CORPS BAND
Bognor Regis Salvation Army band forms an integral element of the Salvation Army and its outreach to the wider community. The band provides music, including accompaniment for congregational singing, within the Salvation Army itself at most services. The band also provides a musical background and accompaniment at public events such as the Remembrance Service at the Town Hall each November, and is available to play at any event where it's contribution would be of benefit to the community. Christmas is a busy time for the band, playing Carols at the Town Centre, public events and bringing the Christmas spirit to many who will spend their time in care homes or other similar establishments. Salvation Army bands in general comprise Christian musicians who are happy to uses their skills as a means of ministry in a very practical way. The band at Bognor Regis currently has around 20 players comprising a mix of Salvationists and Christian friends. We also have a Brass Club where adults of any age can learn to play a Brass instrument with a view to eventually becoming members of the main band.
- Bandmaster Graham Paul
We believe in the power of prayer and would love to pray for you.
If there is anything you need us to pray for, please email email@example.com
"Our prayers may be awkward. Our attempts may be feeble. But since the power of prayer is in the one who hears it and not in the one who says it, our prayers do make a difference." - Max Lucado
Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. - Philippians 4:6-7
Meet the people
our church leaders are committed to transforming the lives of people in their community