Who is God?
What is the meaning of life?
Why am I here?
Orangefield is a safe place to ask these and other significant life questions. In relationship we will help you explore faith, Jesus and the Bible. Our prayer is that you will discover that Jesus is the way, the truth and the life.
Baptism, using water, is a celebration of the life and friendship Jesus offers us through his death and resurrection.
If you want more information about baptism click the link or contact one of our team.
Everyone who walks through our doors is welcome and BELONGING to our family, irrespective of what you believe. If you want to become a full member we ask that you BELIEVE that Jesus is the Son of God who died for your sins and rose again and ask him into your life. Belief looks like generosity, commitment and serving. If you want more information about BELONGING or BELIEVING, please contact our team.
You're invited to explore life, faith and meaning at Alpha!
Alpha is a series of relaxed interactive sessions exploring Christian faith. 29 million people globally have tried Alpha and it is designed primarily for people who wouldn't call themselves Christians. Each session consists of food, a 25 minute film and a chance to say as little or as much as you like in a discussion afterwards.
Orangefield run Alpha twice a year. For information on our next Alpha, please email us.
To see what happens at Alpha watch here:
If you would like to become a Christian, to know forgiveness, peace and friendship with Jesus, speak to one of our team or pray this prayer.
"Lord Jesus Christ, I am sorry for the things I have done wrong in my life (take a few moments to ask his forgiveness for anything particular that is on your conscience). Please forgive me. I now turn from everything that I know is wrong.
Thank you that you died on the cross for me so that I could be forgiven and set free.
Thank you that you offer me forgiveness and the gift of your Spirit. I now receive that gift.
Please come into my life by your Holy Spirit to be with me forever.
Thank you Lord Jesus. Amen."