Due to the current Covid-19 restrictions,
many of our usual activities listed on this website are not running as normal.
Currently we only have a single Church Service at 10am Sunday mornings.
The service is recorded and, after editing, is available on-line at
usually by Monday morning.
Our Community Advocate, Ruth Peers can be contacted on 07543 958819.
For all other enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call our Churchwarden, Graham Field on 07740 708611
Our Services, that we hope to be able to return to after the Covid-19 restrictions, are as follows : –
9.15am – Holy Communion
A formal sung service of Holy Communion with Hymns using liturgy from Common Worship. With practical preaching and teaching.
11.00am – Family Friendly
A service with a laid-back atmosphere, with contemporary worship led by our worship team. The service usually begins with 20-25 minutes of worship – during this time we encourage people to participate in a way that helps them connect with God personally, sometimes with art, flags or dance. Babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers are welcome to join the grown ups and we always have toys around so that they can have fun! This is followed by a time of practical preaching and teaching. Once a month we share Communion with one another.
6.30pm – Evening Service
Our evening service comes in different flavours, depending on which Sunday of the month it is.
- 1st Sunday: Going Deeper – Gathering together to focus on discipleship and living Spirit led lives a variety of worship styles, teaching and sharing.
- 2nd Sunday: Iona – Reflective Celtic style worship using material produced from the Iona Community, Northumbria Community, etc.
- 3rd Sunday: Going Deeper – a ‘Fresh Expression’ of contemporary worship with Video Worship Songs.
- 4th Sunday: Taize – A meditative service which involves gentle chants sung by candlelight and periods of silence for reflection