How would you describe your faith? In this 12-week series in John's gospel, we are hoping each and every one of us gets caught up in the dramatic exchange of love and delight to be found in the pages of John's gospel. There will be a supporting study guide available as well as midweek sessions to grow together.
In this mini-series leading to a week of prayer commencing on 23rd January, we’re going to be looking at how these three values of Simplicity, Hospitality, and Generosity shaped the ministry of Jesus – and how this is also our call to the area of Torbay.
Our aim is that we catch a greater view of the supremacy, magnificence and victory of Christ. As we
together catch a better view of our mighty Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, our Faith is stirred to see Jesus
move in our lives today.
We are called to make disciples. Discipleship is what Christ called us to; to be disciples and make disciples. Discipleship is costly and necessary. Jesus says “if anyone wants to come with me, he must deny himself, take up his cross and follow me” (Matt 16:24).
In this series, we hope to catch a glimpse of the Mighty God who can save and work through any and every situation for his glory and the people’s good. Particularly to see the ‘big plan of God’ throughout the scriptures. For people see how the promised saviour Jesus was always God’s plan.
We are starting A 4-week series culminating in our Christmas Carol service on Sunday 20th December focusing on the 4 themes of advent hope, peace, joy and love. As we lead up to our Carol Service on 20th December, each week we will be unpacking how Christ’s coming brings hope, peace and Joy.
Lets Talk About, What do you want the Church to talk about? We are in a challenging and unusual season as we approach winter with the possibility of further social restrictions and a nation trying to navigate through Covid-19, social injustice and increasing political polarisation.
ACTS, ordinary people, extraordinary God. The world has changed and a giant reset button has been hit in western Churches. We at Together church are spending 16-weeks looking through the first half of the book of Acts and what we can learn from the early Church that applies to us today in the present global pandemic.
A 5-week vision series from the leaders of Together Church explaining the key values and things we feel as a body we are called to in the coming weeks, months and years together. This is a key series for anyone wanting to find out more about who we are as a Church.
Join us on the weekend of 12th - 15th August for our 'Church Family Camp 2022' at Rora House. We are planning a relaxing time to be together with a BBQ, fire, walk, games, sitting and relaxing and lots more fun, and this year we have Andy Hickford from Upton Vale Baptise Church joining us on Saturday.
Use the link below to sign up