At Cromwell Hall Christian Fellowship we believe that:
The Bible which is inerrant is the Inspired message of God to everyone.
It tells us that through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, God’s Son, God now offers forgiveness to all who repent and trust Christ as Saviour and Lord.
It is also the only guide for the Christian church and for Christian living.
We believe that all who trust Christ are, without exception, members of God’s family and of the one body of Christ.
God is holy, but nonetheless He is a God of love.
Men and women have become separated from God through sin.
Jesus, the Son of God came into this world to make for everyone a new relationship with God.
A relationship with God was made possible when Jesus died on the Cross, suffering the condemnation we deserve because of our sins.
Jesus Christ rose again from the grave and that He is alive today and God promises eternal life though Him.
Although our main aim as Christians is to get to know God better and to serve Him, we have identified three specific aims for Cromwell Hall Christian Fellowship:
To simply meet and worship God, just like the first Christians in Acts 2:42 did when they met to
To present the claims of Christ, through the simple preaching of the Gospel, so that everyone has the opportunity to hear them.
To provide a place of Christian friendship to the people of Levenshulme and beyond.
Through all of our activities, our central purpose is to show the reality and relevance of being able to know God through the Lord Jesus Christ, who we trust for our salvation from sin.
We prefer not to give ourselves a denominational name that seems to divide us from others, but simply to be known as Christians.
Different churches have different practices! So you will know what to expect when you come, we list some practices that you will see at the Cromwell Hall Christian Fellowship that you may not encounter at other churches. We believe that the Bible, particularly 1 Corinthians chapters 11-14, teaches local church practice.
We follow the New Testament teaching of the Priesthood of all Believers. Therefore, we do not have an ordained person to act as a minister or pastor.
We follow the practice that only men speak audibly during the main church services. This is because the Bible teaches that God has given different roles for men and women when the church meets together, and not that women are less important or they do not have the ability. Women, while remaining silent during the services, except for singing, contribute just as equally as the men in the worship to God.
We also follow the practice that the women also cover their heads when we meet, as a personal act of submission to God’s Divine order, authority and Headship.
Please click here for a description of our meetings and services.