DEVA CHURCH Prestatyn North Wales

Christ in you, the hope of glory - Colossians 1 v. 27

  • Ffordd Pant Y Celyn
  • Prestatyn
  • Denbighshire
  • LL19 8YE


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Introduction

Deva Church was started in March 1964 by a group of Christians who moved to North Wales from the West Midlands. The Church was originally set up along the lines of an Open Brethren Assembly but over the decades it has developed into what can be described as an independent evangelical Church run by its members.


Deva looks to run itself on a Biblical basis and this can be seen in the application of Acts 2 v 42 where the Church 'devoted themselves to The Apostles Teaching, to Fellowship, to The Breaking of Bread (Communion)and to Prayer'


The Apostles Teaching

The Church Biblebelieves in The Bible as The  Word  of God as originally written down and inspired by The Holy Spirit. Therefore, all it does and believes is based on The Bible and to achieve this many meetings are arranged for Bible Study and Ministry.



Fellowship

The members meet regularly for fellowship with each other and visitors are welcome to come and join us at all of our meetings. Sunday is when we have our Family Service where we meet to worship in song, Prayer and Bible ministry.  We have a Parents and Toddlers Group where families come together to play and hear a Bible story. We also have a weekly Prayer and Ministry meeting which often includes reports on Missionary work throughout the UK and The World. There are other meetings including a Sunday School, Ladies meetings. A meeting called Palm Springs is an informal  monthly event for those enjoying retirement. For details of all our meetings see our "MEETINGS" page.

Deva believes in 'the priesthood of all believers' and so encourages all to use the gifts God has given them whether this be in ministry, music, organising or in using practical skills.

Being independent The Church is run by its Members who through prayer and consultation recognise a group of leaders, called Elders, to serve the Church and co-ordinate its activities as guided by The Holy Spirit.


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Communion/Breaking of Bread                                                                  

Communion table with cupEvery Sunday the Church meets to celebrate Communion which we call 'Breaking of Bread'. 

All  who love The Lord are invited to share in this meeting as we break bread and take wine following the command of Jesus.



Prayer

The Church encourages all to involve themselves with individual Prayer but we also meet together for regular times of Prayer mainly at our Tuesday evening meeting.



To learn more about us you can view a video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cIhS0kROan0

To comply with Legislation, Deva Church is a Registered Charity having the Reference 1152350.

For more details, please go to 

gov.uk/government/organisations/charity-commission


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