Sunday Morning



Our Sunday service is the cornerstone of our ministry. It is lively, relevant, worshipful, and challenging. It provides a regular weekly opportunity to deepen our relationship with Jesus and each other as we come together as a church family for a time of encouragement, empowering, teaching, prayer and worship.

It also focuses on equipping us for evangelism, encouraging everyone to intentionally share the good news of Jesus Christ, inviting family, neighbours, friends and workmates to come to church.


The worship of God is central to the Christian faith. It is to our spirits what oxygen is to our lungs; without it, our faith would die.

Worship at The Potter’s Wheel Christian Fellowship embraces all forms of worship styles from traditional hymns to both mainstream and in-house contemporary worship songs. Our worship team is made up of a gifted leader and individuals who have made themselves available in service to God.

Our objective is to create an open atmosphere where the Holy Spirit can move freely and individuals can express their worship to God in the way they feel most comfortable.


This key prayer time allow us to abandon our desires and weekly distractions in order to prepare our hearts for service. We cooperate with God to bring about His plan for each Sunday service, not bend Him to our will. Anyone is welcome to join this prayer time downstairs at 9:30am before the service starts.

"My house shall be called a house of prayer for all nations." (Isaiah 56:7)


Our Children’s program during the Sunday Service for ages 3 - 12 year-olds encourages children to focus on the one most important thing in life: a growing relationship with Jesus. The children are challenged to grow closer to Jesus every week. Our lessons encourage children to weave faith into life by providing meaningful activities, great discussions, and personal challenges. Our curriculum takes children past head knowledge of the Bible and into heart- and life-change. It doesn’t stop there - each week, children are held accountable for the way they’ve lived out their faith during the past week. We focus on strong Biblical teachings and the fact that we believe in their idea that “stronger families make stronger churches”.

“Jesus said, ‘Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.’ ” (Matthew 19:14)