We meet every Sunday at 11am & 6.30pm
The reason for changing the day from the Jewish Sabbath (our Saturday) to Sunday was to commemorate the glorious resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ from the dead on the first Easter Sunday morning.
Our services are traditional in format.
After singing some hymns and being led in Bible reading and prayer, a passage from the Bible is selected for detailed study and explanation.
Meetings normally last for approximately an hour and ten minutes, unless they include a communion service at their close. This is done twice a month and presents an opportunity for all Christians to join together in remembering our Lord Jesus Christ, by breaking bread and drinking wine. All non Christians are most welcome to remain in the church for this part of the meeting.
Refreshments are served after the evening service as part of a time of informal fellowship.
If you are new to the church and would like to be visited by one of us, please complete the tear-off slip on the church newsletter (“The Buckingham Correspondent”) and hand it to one of the church stewards.
We believe that attendance at such services is commanded by Scripture and also essential if Christians are to mature in their faith and overcome the discouragements we sometimes face.
We look forward to meeting you and worshipping together!