One Church Multiple Services -One Church, Multiple Services 

We are one church with multiple services. Each has a slightly different character, enabling you to choose what works best for you.

During the Covid-19 lock-down, we have switched to an Online Worship Service.

Sunday mornings at 10.30 am - now online

Our morning services begin with all ages together. After about 20 minutes, children and young people leave for their own age-specific programmes. 

This is an exciting time for us as church. We are refreshing and broadening our approach to worship and ministry, and experimenting with a new monthly rhythm:

  • 1st Sunday: Way-in. We introduce the month's series. If you're exploring or new to faith, this is a great way-in. We may sometimes include an infant dedication and all ages together. 
  • 2nd Sunday: Teach and Discover. We start to unpack the series and profile a church ministry.
  • 3rd Sunday: Teach and Communion. We continue to develop our series and share communion together.
  • 4th Sunday: Celebrate and Respond. We conclude our series and give opportunity for prayer.
  • 5th Sunday: Faith Stories and Baptisms. Hear and see how lives are changed by Christ.
After the morning service, stay for refreshments.

 

Traditional Service - FacebookSunday evenings at 6.30 pm - suspended until further notice

Our evening services retain a more traditional feel, with a mix of classic hymns, Bible readings, intercessions, and a sermon.
Communion is usually included on the 1st Sunday of the month.

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Wednesday Communion at 11.30 am - suspended until further notice

Sacred space midweek, with a contemplative mix of liturgy, readings, prayer, and communion.
Includes a focus on prayer for Healing and Wholeness on the 2nd Wednesday of the month.
 

Messy Church - suspended until further noticeMessy Church

On the 2nd Saturday of the month 3-5 pm, Messy Church gathers together as a growing community of children with their parents/carers/grandparents to have fun, get creative, discover more about faith, and eat together.