Service times, directions, and what to expect upon your first visit to Jubilee Church Hull
We understand it can be a daunting thing to visit a church for the first time, and so at Jubilee we try to make everything as simple and straightforward as possible by letting you know exactly what is going on.
We meet every Sunday at Jubilee Central. Our doors open from 9.45am with tea, coffee & various snacks being served. The meeting begins at 10.30am.
Jubilee Church Hull meet every Sunday at Jubilee Central.
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In total, a Jubilee Church service is about 90 minutes in length. The meeting starts with an introductory welcome, before we sing some songs of worship that are led by our worship team.
Following this is a brief welcome and news section that will include an opportunity to give money to the work of the church. This is mainly for people who come regularly to Jubilee and so if you are new, feel no pressure to give.
The speaker for that week will then give a relevant, Bible-based talk. We often finish the meeting by singing together and offering an opportunity for people to be prayed for.
Afterwards there is plenty of opportunity to chat to others as tea and coffee is served again in the foyer.
Sundays at Jubilee Church Hull are about us gathering together as family so we hope you find Jubilee to be a place that is exciting, friendly, and relaxed. Come as you are and expect to feel welcomed as our guest.
We believe that kids should have a blast at church every single week - and at Jubilee, we make this a priority. The other thing we make a priority is your children’s safety. Because of that, we have a detailed check-in process for our Explorers program the first time that you visit. Explorers is offered at every Jubilee Church Hull service for kids ages infant through to Year 6.
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"A friendly, relaxed place with a great vibe about it
and puts a lot back into the local community"