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Sebo (σέβω – se’-bō) is one of the three Greek words for “worship” used in the New Testament . It means “to reverence” or “to hold in awe.” and is often translated as an English adjective, such as “devout”, “God-fearing”, or “religious”.

Sebo is a said service, meaning that we do not sign hymns and are not lead musically. Many who come do so because of the quite intimate style of the service or that they find it increasingly difficult to get to church on a Sunday and this time mid week serves them well.