Ebrington ministers to adults in a number of ways. Many of our organisations facilitate Christian fellowship through common interests. For women we have the Classy Lassies craft group that meets every other Monday afternoon. Women are invited to bring along whatever crafts they are working on and spend time doing so in Christian company. For the sporting individuals we have the 5-a-side football club that meets on Monday evenings for a quick game of football. As a service to the community we run a Mother and Toddlers group called Tiddlers every Wednesday morning. On Tuesday afternoons we run a Luncheon Club were anyone can drop in and enjoy a meal for the low price of just £3. Another way in which we minister to adults is through spiritual teaching. Our church’s branch of Presbyterian Women meets every 1st and 3rd Monday of the month where they enjoy opening God’s Word together. We also have House Groups that meet on a weekly basis in the homes of our members.
Ebrington places high value on the young people around our church and we attempt to cater for their needs in various ways. For primary school aged children we run a program called The ROCK, an acronym meaning Reaching Our Children for the Kingdom. The ROCK is akin to a traditional Children’s Church where leaders within our church present the gospel to our children in a manner suitable to their age and ability. For teenagers we run a similar program called The GiG, meaning Growing in God. Again, this serves to teach our young people about Jesus and how they can follow him in their lives. Uniformed organisations are run on Thursday and Friday evenings for girls and boys respectively. The Boy’s Brigade and Girl’s Brigade seek to further encourage our young people in growing in their faith. On Saturday evenings we run a junior and senior youth club for all children and teenagers. Folks will have an opportunity to play football, table football, table tennis, darts and pool. A tuck shop is provided along with a short biblical epilogue each evening.