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.
On Wednesday evenings there is a short Bible-based presentation followed by a collective time for prayer and singing.
These sessions run from 7.30 – 8.30pm.
Christmas is fast approaching, and whether we’re prepared or not, it will soon be here. To assist those who are a little less well-planned, and also help those who are less fortunate, the Thinc crew are holding Christmas Gift Wrapping Extravaganza on Friday December 14th and again on Thursday December 20th, between 7pm and 9pm at Sheldon Gospel Hall. For a small donation, the expertly-trained teens will elegantly wrap your previously-purchased Christmas gifts to ensure you’re ready for the big day. To ensure client satisfaction, quality assurance will be provided by Candice! Feel free to drop off your gifts in advance (well-labelled of course!) or stop by for some Christmas treats while you wait.
All proceeds from the event will go towards Faith Welfare Trust, so please come on December 14th (if you’re well-organized) or December 20th (if you’re a bit more last-minute!). Sorry gentlemen, no wrapping services will be available on December 24th!
Please spread the word among your friends, as it’s also a good opportunity to bring people into the hall and support a good cause at the same time.
If you would like to help or support the events through the provision of Christmassy treats, please see Ben or Candice for more details.
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.