Sunday 10-30 a.m. (includes Junior Church)
Communion 3rd Sunday (administered in a COVID secure way)
(Remembrance Sunday service begins 10.30am)
What to expect.
Everyone has questions before they try something new. We’ve tried to answer some of the common things that people want to know.
What is a service like?
In our Sunday morning service you will find something for everyone, both new visitors and regular members.Our Minister leads worship every third and forth week and in between, we have a variety of preachers including a worship group who on occasion lead worship.
How long is your service?
Our Sunday services usually last around an hour and you are invited to stay for coffee and a chat afterwards.
Will I know what to do?
Most people find their first visit to church more informal than they expected. We’re a friendly group of people, and our services are set up so you can relax and get to know us as a church.
What about Communion?
Sharing bread and wine is an important part of our church community. It reminds us what Jesus did for us. We currently have Communion once a month. The bread and wine are served to you in your seat, we then eat and drink together.Everyone is invited to the Lord’s table – no-one is excluded
What about prayer?
Prayer is at the heart of our church life, and we believe that it can really make a difference in people’s lives. It’s one of the ways we can discover that God loves and cares about everyone and is with us always.
What should I wear?
Please dress as you feel comfortable.
What happens to my children during the service?
Children are welcomed at services, and after about 15 minuets they can join the junior church down stairs.All our leaders have been DBS-checked. We have a full safeguarding policy in place, and review this regularly.
What next. Do come and visit. We’ll be pleased to welcome you