Our three Sunday congregations reflect different styles. We hope that you will find the one that suits you. Clear and relevant Bible teaching is a vital part of all three.
8.15am Holy Communion (Prayer Book)
The 8.15am meeting has a traditional format and follows either the Book of Common Prayer or the English Prayer Book services for Holy Communion. It includes a sermon but there is no music.
This meeting only takes place on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month.
10.15 am Family Meeting
We welcome all members of the family to the first part of the 10.15am service. A children's talk is given before the under 14s leave for their age appropriate groups (see Children and Families). Adults stay for Bible teaching, and the Lord's Supper on the fourth Sunday.
Tea and coffee will be served both before (from 9.45am) and after the service.
6.00 pm Evening Meeting
The 6.00 pm meeting is more informal, the music is more contemporary, still with strong Bible teaching. The Lord's Supper is celebrated on the second Sunday of each month.
Our children are very important to us. Children join us for the first 10 minutes of most meetings before going to their groups. For more information on our children's groups do please have a look at our Children and Families section.
A hearing loop is in use at all services for the benefit of those using hearing aids. The church is wheelchair accessible - please talk to one of our welcoming team if you require assistance. Large print hymn books are also available on request. If you would like to contact us to discuss accessibility or any other requirements, please do use our contact form and we'll be in touch with you.
Sermons and termcard
If you would like to find out what texts are being preached upon at each meeting, please have a look at our termcard below.
Alternatively, pick up a termcard from the church hall or look in the calendar on the site.
If you would like to listen to one of our past sermons, these can be found in our sermon library
on the site.