Are you New to AFMIM UK Wolverhampton
What is the church service like and how long is it?
AFM Wolverhampton Church starts every Sunday at 10 am. Our service lasts just under three hours. We typically start with an intercession segment where one member of the church leads the prayer session, We then head onto the praise and worship session; where we sing, dance, praise and worship our Lord. Pastor Manhiri will deliver a short bible study and gives us some scripture to read over the week. The bible study is very engaging with our pastor encouraging interaction and answering some burning questions. We then have testimony time, where people can say what God is doing in their lives and have prayer requests. After this, we have some worship songs and get to a time of hearing the word of God through preaching. When all is done, there is an altar call for those that need prayer and then our service is finished.
How do I get to AFMIM UK Wolverhampton Church?
We use the main hall at the The Old School on Dudley Road. You can see our contact page where visitors can find out information on local transport links, taxis and a google maps link on how to get to us. Our visitors can also call or e-mail if you ever get lost. There is plenty of parking for you on site and our lovely ushers will be ready at hand to meet you and assist you on the day.
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AFMIM UK Wolverhampton Church
The Old School, 73 Dudley Road
Wolverhampton, West Midlands
WV2 3BY, United Kingdom
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Our mission involves creating a Church that can be a safe gathering place for people to come experience the grace and forgiveness of God; a family of believers where they can find healing for the things that have hurt and wounded their souls; where they can be nurtured and discipled into faith in the one true God and in Jesus Christ whom He has sent. We will impact our communities by participating in community programmes and global humanitarian efforts local or abroad. We serve God through our neighbours and people or communities in need elsewhere.