Sunday services are central to our church life. Here we make friends, sing, pray And listen to a talk about the Bible. Everyone is welcome to our services and we do our best to make sure that you are at your ease. We are also mindful that some people have special requirements, for example children and PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES.
Sunday Morning service: 10.30am
We do our best to make visitors feel as comfortable as possible because it can be daunting to visit a church for the first time.
At our church, there is always someone at the door to greet you, and you can choose where you want to sit.
The words of our songs are projected on a screen, but if you find this difficult, a hymn book is available at the door.
If you come with children, please ask one of our ‘greeters’ at the door about our young people’s activities or, for example, where you can put your prams and buggies or where our baby changing facilities are.
You’ll find our services relaxed and friendly with a mixture of modern worship songs and traditional hymns, plus a talk and a time of prayer.
There is also a time during the service when people give a donation, but as a visitor please don’t feel obliged to give.
After the service, coffee, tea and biscuits are served. This is a really good time for getting to know people.
Do ask for a welcome pack, and if you wish to talk to a senior member of the church or would like some prayer, then again all you have to do is ask.
Praise & Prayer meeting: every 4th Sunday at 6pm
On the 4th Sunday of every month at 6pm, we hold our Praise & Prayer Meeting. This service has a more informal, relaxed approach, with worship and prayer and a desire to be led by the Holy Spirit. A different theme runs through each evening: two recent examples are ‘praying for the hungry and homeless’ and for ‘Christians suffering persecution, worldwide’. There is also an opportunity for sharing what God is doing in our lives.
These are precious evenings of drawing closer to God.
Lewis with his parents Becky and Michael on the day of Lewis's baptism.