The Church of God in Hamilton
meeting at Sheldon Gospel Hall
The Church of God in Hamilton was formed more than 90 years ago. It is one of a group of churches, established and growing in many parts of the world, all holding the same orthodox evangelical beliefs and sharing common practices based on the pattern of the Biblical New Testament churches of God.
Throughout the years, the church has served the local community by helping young people to develop their potential in youth clubs and summer Bible camps, as well as supporting adults.
For both believers and those simply curious about the Christian faith, you are welcome here. We aim to do our best to make our building accessible to all.
We invite you to come and observe the Biblical ‘Breaking of the Bread’ (also known as Communion or the Remembrance), as outlined in Acts 2:42.
The service begins at 10.00 am every Sunday and consists of the breaking of the bread and a time of worship.
After a break for refreshments, the church spends time together in song, ministry and teaching. Children are invited to Sunday School for age appropriate teaching.
Breaking of Bread, Prayers (Acts 2:42) and a message at Sheldon Gospel Hall. www.sheldongospelhall.com
Join us at 11:15am for coffee time & contemporary praise songs for the whole family.
We then break up as Sunday School and Bible Teaching for adults begins at 11:45am.
Adult Bible Teaching takes place in our main hall following the praise time. This includes either a Bible-based presentation or an interactive Bible study.
Sunday School is a place for kids to learn about the Bible with friends their age in a fun and interactive way! Available for kids 3 and up, Sunday School classes are split into 3 age categories.
- Juniors and Intermediates (Kids 3-9) learn about God’s love from exciting and interactive bible stories each week and enjoy a time of singing, learning, crafts, and refreshments.
- Sunday School Senior Class (Kids 10 and up) discuss and grapple with Bible truths and how they can be a strong follower of Jesus Christ today.