We are a small group of Christians living in Hilton and we would love to meet you, to share the Good News about Jesus that we read of in The Bible. We are looking for opportunities to be involved in the community and to get to know people
If you have any questions about Christianity, or about Grace Church then get in touch.
When we meet together we are currently gathering in our homes or at the Village Hall on Sundays. We meet at 10am every Sunday apart from the first of the month, which varies. Get in touch to check times if you want to join us then.
You don’t have to come to one our meetings, though. You are welcome to meet us for coffee, come round for dinner or join us on a walk. Whatever works best for you.
There are many aspects that make up the life of Grace Church week by week. Some things happen regularly, others occasionally. But even the regular activities are flexible and may change to be able to serve the church community as best we can. If you would be interested in joining in any of the following regular activities then the best thing is to get in touch with one of us to find out the arrangements for this week.
Church is a group of Christians who meet together.
We would like to get to know others in the village, introduce ourselves and, if you are interested, share a bit about our beliefs.
To this end, we will be knocking on doors in the village on a Sunday afternoon between 2pm and 4pm. We usually deliver the postcards on Wednesday or Thursday and if you have received one then we will be coming on the following Sunday.
We don’t want to disturb you,
so if you would rather we didn’t call then please let us know…
i) display this card in your window
ii) send a text message to the number on the card; include your house number.
iii) send us an email- firstname.lastname@example.org
Hopefully, we will see you soon.
[We are currently visiting Thames Way and Clyde Street]
If you would like to discover more about the Christian Faith and what Christians believe there are a number of ways you can do it. We believe that God has revealed himself to us through The Bible, sometimes referred to as God’s Word. So a good place to start is to read it for yourself. It is not all easy to understand so we would recommend beginning with one of the Gospels.
The four Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, at the beginning of the New Testament are basically accounts of the life of Jesus. They show, from different perspectives, how Jesus fulfilled promises made to God’s people and how we can follow him today.
There are a number of ways for you to get started and it is up to you which you choose!
A) You can read it for yourself. If you have a Bible then use the contents page to find John’s Gospel or one of the others, and read it. You will probably find many of the stories familiar to you. John, one of Jesus’ disciples, starts off quite mysteriously but it soon becomes clear that he is introducing Jesus as the source of true, eternal life. And he wants to convince us, from his eye-witness accounts, to believe in Him and what He has done. If you do not have Bible then contact us and we can get one to you.
B) It is sometimes good to read it with someone else. That way you get to ask questions and discuss things you disagree with or particularly enjoy. We would happily arrange for someone in Grace Church to meet with you to read The Bible together, or to discuss your questions. We could use the Uncover resource below?
It is a copy of the book from The Bible, with links to a website that has more information and explanations for some of the text.
Click on the image to go to the website and see for yourself, or see below if you would like us to go through it with you.
Either way, Contact Us and we can give you a copy.