Sundays

We are ordinary people who believe that God is real and makes a real difference in people's lives. We gather together on Sundays, to worship God, and to learn and fellowship together. Our desire is know Jesus better and to make Jesus better known, and we seek to listen to the Spirit and follow his prompting.

We are a church that caters on Sundays (in our services) and throughout the week (through various activities) for people of all ages and all abilities.

Sundays

On Sundays we have a Morning Service which begins at 10:30am (lasting to around 11:45am). This is followed by refreshments (coffee, tea, biscuits!) and on the first Sunday of the month we stay for a bring & share lunch together to which all are welcome.

We have been in the NEW CHURCH BUILDING since Nov 2012. 

In the morning service the children & youth stay in for the first 20 to 30 minutes or so, after which they go to their own age related activities. The exception to this is on the 1st Sunday, which is the all-age service and they stay for the duration of the service. The creche room is available should parents wish to make use of it - the service is relayed through via TV and sound.

On Sunday evenings, though we do not have a regular Evening Service we do meet together once a month for prayer, and there are opportunities for Praise and worship, or evenings focused on mission overseas or other topics.  

Our monthly time of prayer (Prayer Together) which begins at 6pm (finishing at 7pm), usually the second Sunday evening of the month.

We are blessed by several musicians and singers who lead us with a mixture of traditional and modern music and songs.

Prayer is available following the morning service should anyone desire - just ask our Pastor Michael or one of the Deacons. We are always happy to pray with and for people.

We celebrate Communion (The Lord's Supper) on the third Sunday morning of the month.


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Sunday 4th November 2012
Our first service in the New church building

Sunday 2nd October 2011
Our last Sunday in our old church buildings