Your Kingdom Come
Our vision is to live out...
A Church reflecting God's heart for the world
A loving, united and diverse Church where everyone grows as followers of Christ
A church moving in the power of God to see our world transformed
Working with local schools and youth groups, the vision of Caleb’s Mountain is about supporting children and young people by improving the environments in which they grow within a Christian context. The three main environments we focus on are the educational facility, the home and the community. Each impacts significantly on the quality of child and young person development.
Luncheon Club for those aged over 60 meets once a fortnight on a Friday in the church (until the church centre is completed). Church volunteers can provide free lifts.
A lovely two course meal with a cup of tea or coffee is provided and this is followed by a time of worship with two hymns, prayer and an excellent Christian speaker. Service
Now into its tenth year of going into school and taking the Tuesday assembly. Open the Book is a weekly enactment of bible stories and continues to be one of the regular highlights of the children’s week.
We run a Monday morning sessions with Under 5’s continue and has become a place where Mums and Grandparents enjoy meeting up while the children enjoy the freedom to just play - as well as story time and songs.
Held weekly in the Church Centre.
Resolve to make a positive change in your life!
Resolve is a four-week course designed to help you make life-long positive changes. Each week, delegates explore what the experts have to say, talk to other delegates about what they think and engage in a variety of practical exercises to help them accomplish their goals.
The four videos feature a number of experts from various professions, including doctors, psychologists, professors and religious leaders. They also include advice on how to make sustainable resolutions and short vignettes to stimulate conversation.
Session 1—Looking after your body
Session 2—Strengthening your mind
Session 3—Inspiring your soul
Session 4—Deepening your relationships
Happiness is the Holy Grail of contemporary culture.
A quick search on Google gives you 340 million hits for happiness. There are over 56,000 books titles in print exploring the theme.
The Happiness Lab is a six week experiment that enables delegates to explore what psychologists, doctors and faith leaders say will make people happier.
Based on a series of fly-on-the-wall documentaries delegates follow twelve people as they explore the following disciplines.
Episode 1: Focussing on gratitude and savouring
Episode 2: Practising acts of kindness
Episode 3: Learning to forgive
Episode 4: Investing in friends and family
Episode 5: Looking after your body and soul
Episode 6: Developing coping strategies
Alpha is a series of sessions exploring the Christian faith.
Each talk looks at a different question around faith and is designed to create conversation.
Alpha is run all around the globe, and everyone's welcome. It runs in cafés, churches, universities, homes—you name it. No two Alphas look the same, but generally they have three key things in common:
and good conversation
Money & Budgeting
Part of CAP Life Skills is an eight session course to teach you practical money saving techniques, such as cooking on a budget, living healthily on less, and making your money go further. We will also give you top tips for dealing with life’s pressures, and helping you take control of your future. These sessions will be set in a relaxed environment with a mixture of practical activities and informal discussions.
The CAP Money Course is a free course that will teach you budgeting skills and a simple, cash-based system that works. In just a few weeks, you will get to grips with your finances so you can budget, save and prevent debt.
Whether you feel pretty organised or whether it's like a lucky dip every time you try to withdraw cash from your account, the CAP Money Course will help you take complete control of your finances. There are hundreds of courses run throughout the country each year, along with specific courses for students, youth and kids.