Scroll down to find out more about the mission, vision and values of St Alks.
"Therefore, go and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you."
- Matthew 28:19 - 20
"Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse those who have leprosy, drive out demons. Freely you have received, freely give."
- Matthew 10:8
Resourced by God to be:
- A prayerful people - to have God at the centre
- A priestly people - to be the visible sign of God's presence in our community
- A purposeful people - to fulfil His purposes for individuals, communities, our nation and the world
These three aspects of our vision enable us to be a people who live believing that in Jesus the impossible is possible; so that God's Kingdom may be extended to and for the glory of God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit..
Worship as a dynamic experience of the presence of God through the Word, Sacrament, Music and Christian community.
Welcome so that all are invited to meet Jesus Christ no matter where they are on their spiritual journey.
Empowerment enabling us individually and corporately to discover the power of the Holy Spirit through faith, active in real life.
Growth encouraging and providing opportunities for each person to increase their confidence and joy in Jesus Christ through prayer, bible study and active service in our church, community and the world.
Transformation of society through encounter with the living God.
The mission and vision of St Alkmund's is practically and culturally expressed through our SPEARheadS strategy. To find out more about it, click below:
As a leadership, we encourage all those who worship with us to contribute and take responsibility in three main areas:
Discipleship: on a personal level, on a corporate level, by regularly attending worship on a Sunday and by joining a Community Group.
Serving: each one of us has a vital role to play within the body of Christ, where is yours?
Giving: giving financially is an essential element of our corporate worship and a response to God's goodness.