From October 18th, we will be commencing monthly Sunday Services back at our chapel, “the Firehouse”. We will be holding two one-hour meetings, back to back, as numbers in each will be limited due to social distancing and Government legislation.

It will be essential to pre-register for the services, as spaces are strictly limited.

Registration and further details can be found at Ticket Source. Click in the link below.


In the light of this past week’s elections in the USA, and the troubles ‘Hurricane Sandy’ has inflicted on the North-eastern seaboard, and as part of a series of teaching based on 2 Timothy 3, entitled ‘Power in Times of Global Stress’, Wes will be speaking this Sunday on God’s Heart for America – “One Nation Under God”.

Prayer for the USA will also continue during ‘House of Prayer’ in Golden Valley Church. An offering will also be taken up for ‘Metro Ministries’ help for the communities suffering from the effects of the hurricane.


It will be our pleasure to welcome Pastor Claude Ezagouri to Golden Valley Church next Friday evening.

Together with his wife, Michelle, Claude pastors the ‘Morning Star Fellowship’ in Tiberias, Galilee, a famous Biblical town.

The Morning Star Fellowship was founded in 1990, and involves evangelism to both Jews and non-Jews. The fellowship has been called a house of prayer for all nations: a light that will guideĀ  people in the dark Galilee of the end times before the coming of Yeshua the Sun of Righteousness (Mal. 4:2).

Their Vision is to show the Jews in the Galilee that Yeshua (Jesus) has not forgotten this area where He taught and did so many miracles.

Claude says, “We want to show our Jewish brothers and sisters that Yeshua (Jesus) is firstly the Messiah of the Jews and that He still loves them with an everlasting love. We are also in the process of renovating a building in the center of Tiberias which will serve as a Messianic center where Jews and non-Jews in Christ will be able to worship and pray together. We also want to bless our community through several projects.”


This next Sunday will be our last at the Firehouse for the time being, as we still have further work to do on the premises before they are completely functional.

We will continue to hold ‘House of Prayer’ sessions in Coney Hill together with training sessions, but Sunday services will return to Innsworth Community Hall from 11th March.

The programme for this Sunday is:

Main meeting at 10:30am and Soaking Prayer at 2:30pm, both at the Firehouse.