Here at Ebenezer Church, we have a variety of ministries and activities that support and help both church members and their families and those in the local community. Here are a few ways in which we endeavour to do this.
The church has an active and invaluable Prayer chain in place within itself. Anyone needing any prayer support will be prayed for by a number of people. We believe that this act of faith is often a means of contact and support for anyone who should be in need of prayer, having a burden shared is often a step in the right direction within a given issue, a comfort and peace bringing action but first and foremost, we believe as Christians that it is good to pray as it brings us closer to God in our daily walk with him.
We meet on a Friday morning for our weekly prayer and pastries this is a time of fellowship coffee, food and prayer.
Children and families are a big part of Ebenezer Church and so or services are very family and children friendly. the first Sunday of the month being a family service a more relaxed service which children's participation.
Every Sunday there is provision or babies up to teenagers both in the service in our children's corner, Sunday school and crèche.
Our worship is a mixture of modern and traditional worship either brought by the worship group or by cd and YouTube videos.
Morning worship is more modern and freer in worship that is suitable for all ages. Evening services tend to have more of a traditional feel and content.
Seasonally, we also have carols round the tree and a separate carol service at the blessed time of Christmas.
The church is available for weddings funerals and infant blessings/dedications.
Ebenezer church has on its ground a grade 2 listed war memorial cross and is therefore keen that every Remembrance Day and remembrance Sunday we hold a service of service around the cross.
Being at the heart of Langley village we have taken a number of funerals and as source of support we would like to offer a memorial service near Christmas, that is open for all those grieving.