Weekly Worship Services
We meet on Sundays at 10.00 am for about an hour. Holy Communion is usually on the 3rd Sunday of the month. There is currently no provision for children or young people in the mornings outside of the main service - but see below.
We meet every Sunday afternoon at 4.00 pm. The first of the month (see immediately below), is slightly different. But on all other afternoons we have what in Anglican terminology is called a Fresh Expressions event. It is a worship event (service) that is simpler than the morning service in structure and which normally is introduced by about half an hour of open prayer and praise, followed by a less formal look at some aspect of Bible teaching.
All these afternoons are child-friendly - but we try to encourage children to sit in on things rather than take them out. The idea is that, we can live with a bit of noise, but we want our children to grow up in an atmosphere of praise and to experience the transforming presence of the glory of God.
For the time being, those wishing to take holy communion will need to attend the 3rd Sunday morning of each month as well as coming for the afternoon.
Sunday@4 is a more informal worship event, geared for families and child-friendly. We meet in the church hall at 4.00 pm on the first Sunday of the month.
Weekday expressions of corporate worship
There is an early morning prayer meeting for revival on Tuesdays at 6.15 am. Christians from other churches are very welcome to come to this. We meet for about an hour. Click HERE to learn about other prayer events.
We also meet every Friday at 7.30 pm. This is also largely for blessing and revival. And, over 2024 this event will be linked with the year of prayer organised by the UK Gather Movement. We will also be praying into other events planned for this year, such as the prayer-walks which John and Yvonne Pressdee are helping to organise. (Three or four times a year we have Friday men's night and on those evenings we won't be holding prayer times.)
Other weekly events include home groups which gather in a number of houses to pray and look at the Bible, as well as to build closer relationships in which we can share our lives together.