Hasbury Christian Fellowship is an independent evangelical church. Founded in 1934, the building in Albert Road was opened in 1938 and extended in 1988. Originally called The Gospel Hall, the name was changed in 1978 to describe what we aim to be; a fellowship of people who, having received Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord, seek to share His life with others. We are a local church with almost all our members living within a radius of three miles. However, we do welcome those who come from further afield because they enjoy the worship, teaching, and fellowship.
Our pattern of worship is a very simple one, based, we believe, on the practices of the early church, as far as we are able to trace those practices in the New Testament. The weekly Communion is an open service with opportunity for anyone, man or woman, young or old, to take part as the Spirit leads them. The Morning Worship Service is a time for the whole church family to be together. Some fun items are combined with worship and Bible teaching. Sunday evening is an open communion service with occasional Bible teaching. There is a time of Prayer and Sharing of experiences and needs on Tuesday evenings. Again this is an open meeting with the opportunity for anyone to participate.
As part of our outreach, members of Hasbury Christian Fellowship have been responsible for leading the Summer Beach Mission in Skegness for the last 20 years.
We support several missionaries in other countries.
The Fellowship is part of Churches Together in Halesowen.