Meeting Details

At the Newmarket Gospel Hall we refer to our various gatherings as “meetings” as opposed to “services” or “church services”. We are non-denominational. We refer to our members, all of whom are people who believe in the Lord Jesus Christ as their own personal Saviour, as “the assembly” or “members of the assembly”. 

Due to Covid-19, current government restrictions regarding church gatherings and subsequent limitations due to the size of our building, a number of changes have been made to meetings offered. Please see details below.

In addition, the following is required for ALL in-person meetings:

  • Self Assessment for Covid-19 (Click for more info)
  • RSVP Attendance…due to restrictions on the size of gatherings, anyone planning to attend an in-person meeting MUST RSVP in advance
  • Sanitize Hands upon entering the building
  • Physical distancing of 2 Meters or 6 Feet between people of different households,
  • Masks to be worn at all times while in the building,
  • No singing or loud speaking,
  • Avoiding  touching common surfaces, objects, or people
CONTACT US for further information or to RSVP

 

Breaking  of  Bread:  Sunday, 9:30 a.m.

This meeting is offered in-person and virtually as a live-stream on Zoom. Go To Zoom

Most visitors will find this meeting unique. We have no officiating Minister. We meet in the same way as the early New Testament church. The members of the assembly are seated around a table with emblems: a loaf of bread and a cup of wine, symbols of the body and blood of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

The meeting is held according to Jesus’ request to do this “in remembrance of me,” 1 Corinthians 11:24-25. The men participate under the leadership of the Holy Spirit. There is no prescribed program, but a theme often emerges in the singing of hymns, prayers and Bible readings. Often there is a time when one is led to consider the sinful nature of mankind that we would put the loving Son of God of the universe to such a horrible death.

With thanksgiving and praise, we worship God the Father through the Holy Spirit for His mercy, love and grace. The focus is on the Son of God who came to the earth for the purpose of dying and paying the debt of sin for each of us. Thanksgiving is made for the emblems and they are then passed among members of the assembly. A triumphal song of praise, a short lesson, some announcements and a closing prayer will usually end the meeting.

Sunday  School  on  Zoom:  Sunday, 1:30 p.m.

Planned for children ages 4 through teens, this online interactive program seeks to share the Gospel (the good news of God’s salvation through Jesus Christ) and encourage Christian growth.

Pre-registration is required and participation is limited to registered, verified participants and NGH organizers. Register Here

For additional information about Sunday  School  on  Zoom click here.

 

Gospel  Message:  Sunday, 6:30 p.m.

This meeting is offered virtually as a live-stream on Zoom. Go To Zoom  

The Gospel is God’s good news of salvation through Jesus Christ.  During these meetings speakers share messages of how to personally receive God’s salvation and thereby receive God’s promises.

For God so loved the world He gave his only Son, that whosoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life.  John 3:16

 

Sunday  Ministry  (Teaching from God’s Word): Sunday, 7:15 p.m.

This meeting is offered virtually as a live-stream on Zoom. Go To Zoom

Various local or invited brethren teach a message from God’s word for the edification and encouragement of God’s people.

 

Prayer  and  Bible  Study: Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.

This meeting is offered in-person and virtually as a live-stream on Zoom. Go To Zoom

Throughout history, it has been shown that both private and collective prayer has been at the root of success. This time is set aside to place our petitions before the God of heaven because He has asked us to pray. The men of the church pray for about 20 minutes and then a passage of scripture is read and its meaning is discussed.