Growing In Faith

A learning and caring community - Where we value the Bible as God's inspired word to us and where people of every age and ability are encouraged to seek to know God more, to grow in their understanding of him and to be changed in the process. Where we learn what it means to love God first and our neighbours as ourselves. Where we practically care for one another; where concern for others is demonstrable and where inclusion and love for one another leads to real, tangible and lasting unity.

At ACC we take discipleship very seriously. It is significant that the word “Christian” is only used 3 times in the entire New Testament to describe followers of Jesus (and on at least one of those occasions it is used sarcastically), yet the word “Disciple” is used around 264 times! This word (and what it stands for) is therefore the key in understanding what it means to know, follow and become like Jesus Christ – which is the essence of what we refer to as discipleship.

So what do we offer as “on-ramps” for people to get on to the road of becoming disciples of Jesus?

 

Hubs

Hubs are opportunities for people to gather together around a common area of interest, doing this together, sharing with one another and praying together. We are always looking to start up Groups of Hubs similar to these so if you are interested in starting up something, please let Don Palmer, our Pastor, know and we will do all we can to help you get up and running."

We are currently offering the following Hubs:


Click on the Hub name for more details.
 

Pastoral Care

“Carry one another’s burdens and so fulfil the law of Christ.” (Galatians 6:2). At ACC we believe it is all of our responsibility to care pastorally for one another. No one person can possibly do all of this, whether that is a Pastor or another individual. We do have a Pastoral Care co-ordinator (Graeme Muir) who works alongside our Pastor and a wide team of people to try our best to have a church which cares one for another.

OUR PASTORAL CARE LEAFLET

Bible in a Year

Ask God to give you eyes to see the worth of Scripture and to waken in you an unyielding desire for the Word of God. This is a fight for joy, and the weapon is a fresh sight of how the worth of God’s Word surpasses all things on this earth.

Wednesday, October 21st, 2020

Today's Reading:
John 12:27-50 - John 13:18-38

John 12:27-50

John 13:1-17

John 13:18-38