A Bible based church in Tonbridge
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Our regular meetings are postponed but we are running several online a week, see below
Never lag in zeal and in earnest endeavour; be aglow and burning with the Spirit, serving the Lord (Romans 12:11)
What's On AT RIVER CHURCH
River Church is a Bible based church in Tonbridge. We are committed to passionate worship, fervent prayer and powerful ministry. Kingdom love, faith, joy and expectation characterise all that we do.
Following the Government's statements our regular meetings at Christ Church are postponed until further notice.
We are currently running our meetings online as detailed below.
Daily Morning Prayer Online
8:15am-9am Monday 23rd November to Friday 27th November
We will be having daily online morning prayer meetings each day this week. These start at 8:15am each day with worship and will finish at 9am. To join at these times please click on the image.
There is no separate Prayer Breakfast on Thursday 26th November.
Prayer Breakfast Online
To be confirmed
There is no Prayer Breakfast on Thursday 26th November although we will be meeting that day online at 8:15am for Morning Prayer (see above) and for the ladies meeting.
Details of our next Thursday morning Prayer Breakfast will be posted in due course.
Friday Prayer Evening
To be confirmed
An online meeting to pray for Tonbridge and the surrounding area.
Details of the next Friday Prayer Evening will be posted in due course.
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