As we are currently unable to meet together in the Church Building, the Sunday Services will be streamed online each Sunday at 10.30am. Please click here to join in, or to watch the recording from last Sunday.
At all our meetings we seek to glorify God through heartfelt praise, through exalting Jesus, through opening God’s word, through prayer and through encouraging one another to live out a consistent Christian life in our homes, workplaces, leisure activities and neighbourhoods.
Welcome is one of the first words used at all our meetings. We welcome everyone to our meetings, recognising that people have many reasons for coming to church. Whether you are looking into the Christian faith, a new Christian, or someone who has been a Christian for many years, we know that walking into a new building is not an easy thing. It is our desire to make everyone feel welcome, so we attempt to make plain what is going on in our services and how you can get integrated into the life of the church, if that is what you would like.
Music is an important part of our services. We attempt to create a blend in each service of the best of the old with the best of the new, and as a result we are pleased to see people of all ages and backgrounds at all of our public meetings.
Sunday Service Times
A Holy Communion service, which lasts about 40 minutes, on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays of the month. Check the calendar for occasional alterations to this pattern.
9.15 & 11.00am
Identical morning services lasting about 70 minutes, with facilities for all ages.* Tea and coffee is served in the church centre between the two services.
*Provision from crèche to 14 years at 9.15am and for all ages at 11.00 am. Take a look around the site to find out more about our activities for different age groups.
Summer Sundays: during summer there is one morning service at 10.30am, with provision for children aged 0-11. The evening service is at 6.30pm as usual.
Evening service, followed each week by tea and coffee in the church centre as well as Spud Bar for students during term time.