This week we welcome Ted & Nicky Debnam into Membership of the Church:

Ted and Nicky have been coming to ACC ever since their move to Littlehampton 15 months ago.  Previously they lived in Ilford, Essex for over 40 years where Nicky worked as a community nurse and Ted was a university academic and medical researcher.

“We are excited about all that is happening at ACC particularly the emphasis on the church as a family and the ministry of the church arising from a passionate belief that God changes lives. We are keen to be part of all that God is doing at ACC. We have been involved with all sorts of churches since our conversion and baptism over 50 years ago and the faithfulness of God over the years never ceases to amaze us. We are believing for great things to happen in Littlehampton and are keen to immerse ourselves in the life of the church, whatever that may involve.”

This Sunday 19th March Abi Race will be selling bacon and sausage butties from 10.10am in the Atrium, raising funds towards her mission trip to Romania with The Littlehampton Academy in July. Bring your money and get breakfast at church! Thank you for your support.

If anyone has any garage space they could spare for temporary storage of Cre8’s art materials, for a couple of months, please contact Flix Gillett on 01903 782744 or

Austin & Michelle Wade, Cookie Knowles, Steve Case and Stew Smith will be participating in 4M’s Muskathlon in Rwanda on 12th – 19th May, to raise funds for Compassion.

Come and join the team on Sunday 9th April for a Fundraising Ploughman’s Lunch at The Littlehampton Academy after the service (1 – 2.30pm). All that is asked is a donation towards Compassion’s work with vulnerable children in Rwanda. This will also be an opportunity to hear more about the charity’s work in empowering children to overcome poverty.

To book a place click here or sign up at the Muskathlon banner on Sunday 26th March or Sunday 2nd April.

Muskathlon is an ultimate endurance event like no other involving running or cycling, set in the heart of places around the world suffering extreme injustice. It brings first hand exposure to the good work of local organisations whilst raising significant funds for the charities working in these places.