Our worship is mainly provided by our worship group and is a mixture of contemporary and traditional Christian hymns and songs.
Celebrating communion is an important part of church life when we remember and give thanks for the death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. We do this on the third Sunday morning of each month.
We have an open table and everyone, of all ages, are welcome to share in the bread and wine*.
(*We use blackcurrant juice instead of wine, so as to be inclusive of all)
Children are very welcome in our services and we always aim to have an activity for them to do to be included in our worship. Our children's area (with a carpet and toys to play with) is located towards the back of the main hall and there are activity packs (with colouring pens and word searches etc) available every week.
We also have Sunday Club for primary school aged children, which meets on the fourth Sunday of every month and on the second Sunday of each month we have an all-age service, where our uniformed groups often join us. These services are more relaxed and are particularly relevant for families and children, but everyone from our church family is welcome.
The best way to find out what we are like is to come and join us!
If you are visiting us for the first time, please introduce yourself and you can be sure of a warm welcome at any of our services.