Do you or someone you know need to talk are they feeling lonely or isolated?
In the words of Reverend Al Sharpton, “George Floyd’s story has been the story of black folks for many generations…” Although some elements of our story in the U.K. may be different, we do have a story and we identify and stand with our brothers and sisters in the US.
RE -ENGAGE AND CONNECT
Aberdeen Street Men’s Ministry 2020
Nehemiah 2:18 (KJV)
And they said, Let us rise up and build. So they strengthened their hands for this good work.
Aberdeen Street Men's Ministry
Reconnect with us if you have previously connected or been with us we want you to come back, and fellowship with us.
Connect with us, if you are new and have not been a part of AS Mens Ministry before we welcome you.
Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Men’s Corner coming soon!
IT Team Update
It’s time to recycle!
Please donate any unused devices to us so we can help others access our online services and connect.
God Bless AS IT Team
Celebrating 40 Years At Aberdeen Street
Join us for our Sunday Service at 11am
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BBC Christmas Service 2020Aberdeen Street & Nechells Outreach Centre (COGOP) joined forces to celebrate Christmas and share the Gospel on Christmas Day.... Checkout some feedback at the link below... Click Here
Aberdeen Street Church
Coronavirus and Church Services
As the COVID Pandemic continues to affect our way of life we just want to give an update regarding our arrangements for church services. Firstly, we would like to acknowledge and extend our deepest condolences to the many families of members, friends, and all who have died over the past year. Their memories are forever etched in our hearts. May they rest in God’s eternal peace.
The current government guidelines permit worship to take place in church buildings as long social distancing and other risk measures are in place. Here at Aberdeen Street we have conducted an extensive risk assessment and have put all the necessary safeguards in place to minimize the risk of spreading Coronavirus infection. These include temperature checks, hand sanitisers, contact registration, one-way systems , social distancing, and cleaning.
However, having assessed the current spread of the virus, the trustees of the Church of God of Prophecy U.K. have taken the decision to suspend congregational worship for the time being. This decision was taken in an attempt to reduce the risk of spreading the virus. We are continuing to stream our Sunday services from the building with only a limited number of staff and those taking part in attendance. Anyone wishing to join us in worship on Sundays or Tuesdays, should do so via Zoom or YouTube. The zoom ID for our Sunday service is: 882 6625 3226, YouTube via our channel by searching for Worship Division on Youtube.
With regards to baby dedications and water baptism, we are not able to conduct these ceremonies at the moment. However, we are currently looking at ways we can conduct these safety in the near future if the lockdown continues.
As you are aware, the government is currently providing vaccination for the population. Much controversy surrounds the decision whether or not we should take the vaccine. We are aware that many in our church and community members have already received the vaccine. At the same time, while some are undecided, there are some who remain skeptical. This skepticism is often driven by misinformation and mistrust. While, given our history, our mistrust may be understandable, we need to ensure that our decisions are based on accurate information from credible sources. We cannot tell you what to do in this matter, however, we know of no good reasons why you should not take the vaccine if you wish to do so. Please consult your doctor if you have any concerns regarding a possible allergic reaction.
In the meantime, stay safe, stay blessed. Remember.
“God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble” (Psa. 46:1)
From the Aberdeen Street Pastoral Team
Senior Pastor, Bishop Paul McCalla
Here at Aberdeen Street, we are a warm, friendly and welcoming congregation of ordinary people whose lives have been transformed by God’s grace. Our aim is to worship and serve God in Spirit and in truth. To serve each other and our community through love and practical support.
We would like to extend a personal invitation to you to visit us at Aberdeen Street and join us in worship; you will be warmly welcomed.
We are committed to bringing others into a loving relationship with God, to help them grow in their love and knowledge of God and work with other Bible-believing Christians in the essential work of Kingdom ministry. Matthew 28:18-20 and Acts 1:7-8.
Our prayer is that you will find favour with God in every area of your life. May His blessings surround you as you seek to find His will and purpose for your life.
We look forward to seeing you.
NO ONE STANDS ALONE
AT ABERDEEN STREET
Aberdeen Street is registered as a venue for conducting marriage ceremonies. We have resident ministers who will carry out the ceremony and registrars who will ensure that everything is in order and issue your marriage certificate.
The arrival of a new baby brings such joy and excitement to the family. It is always a privilege for us to have the opportunity to share the thanksgiving and celebrations with families. We look forward to sharing your joy and partnering with you.
This can be a very difficult and traumatic time and it is sometimes difficult to know what to do or where to start. The good news is, help is available. If you need further help or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us here at Aberdeen Street.
The Church of God of Prophecy stands for the whole Bible rightly divided, the New Testament as the only rule of government and discipline.