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Sunday Mornings at Living Waters


Our service on Sunday mornings is seen as a time of celebration where everyone is welcome. It is a place for young and old to get together and awa

from the hustle and bustle of the week.

We meet at 10.30 every week with a welcome and a brief chat. We begin by a short prayer or word from the bible to focus us on why we are here and

who we come to worship.

Our songs are prepared by our worship leader and played on piano and drums. During our worship people can pray openly whilst others may wish to

quietly sit and listen.

After a number of songs we have our notices. This is a distinct time open for anyone to share the good things that have happened and church members

may speak about the things coming up in the week ahead. We will give an opportunity for anyone who wants to give thanks or to receive prayer

from our fellowship for anything.

Before our speaker starts to share thoughts from the word of God our young people go out for their time together.

We run a separate programme of teaching for children and young people. All children’s workers are DBS checked in accordance with our child

protection policy.

The word of God is shared by our pastor or occasionally by a visiting speaker. The message is usually recorded for those away to listen to later.

We close with a final song together and a prayer. It can be a time where those who need ministry can receive prayer.

Refreshments are available at the end of the service. This provides an opportunity to stay for a while to chat and get to know people.

We finish around 12.00. We would love you to join us.

If you have any questions about our service you can, contact us via our contact page.




Living Waters Christian Fellowship,
81 Main Road,
S9 5HL

Telephone : 0755 395 9938
Email : livingwatersdarnall@outlook.com



John 7:38
Whoever believes in me, as Scripture has said, rivers of living water will flow from within them.

The verse reminds us that we can only find our satisfaction from Jesus Christ.


Our community has felt overlooked and insignificant but as a church  we can  remind Darnall's people they are blessed and loved by God.
They can have a new hope.