Feed your spirit
We are determined that our walk with God will continue through this pandemic, whether we are able to physically meet or not, and we are providing new and alternative means to feed our spirits. We hope that one or more of these will suit everyone’s needs. We are all learning in these new days, so please let us know if you feel that some of these could be improved.
We continue to meet daily except for Saturdays, which we are set aside for Sabbath Rest. On Thursdays, we will meet as “Little Arks” in each others homes (as regulations allow) for fellowship, worship and prayer. On all other days we will meet virtually, normally by Zoom – Click the Zoom Icon for meeting times. On Tuesdays, we will be “Going Global” on YouTube, but this is currently in the planning stage – more details to follow. If you would like to join us for any of the Zoom meetings, then please email us and we will send you a link.
We have “The Ark” WhatsApp group to keep everyone in touch, updated with any changes, and to share words and prophecies. It can also be used to ask for prayer if you or your loved ones are struggling. If you feel that you should be included in the group and may have been missed out, then please email the pastor.
Rhythm of Watchfulness
The “Rhythm of Watchfulness” is a three-times-daily focus for prayer and meditation available to those on the WhatsApp group. It is prepared by a different person each day and the focus and style is therefore ever changing. There is something powerful about praying as a body, even when we are in different locations.
Eyes to See
These are daily reflections prepared by one of our members, Claire Gardner, and inspired by one of her photos with more than a little help from God. With a different photo and theme each day, these can be a visual aid to our own personal walk with God and perhaps help you to see God in your surroundings. Click the image to be inspired – or challenged.
Check out a series of videos on the subject of revival prepared by Bruce Oliver, founding pastor of The ark Community Church. Click the image to go to Bruce’s YouTube Channel.
The Jesus Film
A docudrama on the life of Jesus Christ based on the Gospel of Luke, JESUS has been translated into more than 1,000 languages since its 1979 release. It remains the most translated and viewed film in history. Click on the image to watch on jesus.net.
All our sermons, even those from recent Zoom meetings, are recorded and are available on this website for streaming or download. Why not use the extra time that you now have to catch up on some that you missed, or revisit ones that you found particularly challenging. Click on the image to browse the sermons.