What are Pastorates?
A Pastorate is a larger gathering of people, usually (but not always!) consisting of a couple of small groups joining together.
We have 3 pastorates at Ebe. Pastorates meet monthly, in the first week of each month. They vary in focus and style but have these common aims:-
  • To encourage one another to follow Jesus and reach out with the good news of Jesus.
  • To give opportunities to develop giftings in a larger setting.
  • To support small groups in caring for one another.
Current pastorates
    Awake is an all-age pastorate which is looking to encourage listening to God in all situations and speaking His words into the lives of those we interact with day to day. This is for in the work place and in church, it's for anywhere we spend any time, and it is for children and adults alike! We meet late morning on a Saturday each month, including a shared lunch.
    Contact: Chris and Sarah Richardson.

    1830 Pastorate is our community for all students and young adults. It’s a place to experience community, grow and be challenged in your relationship with God, and a place from which to get stuck in, serve, and do what Jesus did. We have regular events that happen every month, usually involving food!
    Contact: Esther Legg-Bagg

    Forrest’s Pastorate are a combination of the Forrest’s and Kittow’s small groups and have strong values around community and sharing life together. We typically meet at least once a month on the first Thursday for a meal together, but we love to create other opportunities to be together, whether to socialise or to serve and welcome others to be a part of that.
    Contact: Andy & Hannah Forrest or Alex & Julie Kittow