What should I expect
After a warm welcome, we normally have a time of worship with singing for about half an hour. The children then go to their groups and the adults enjoy a relevant talk from the Bible. We often take time to pray for each other, for sick people and sometimes people will share stories of how God has answered their prayer or been involved in their life that week. The service is normally finished at about 12:00am, followed by tea, coffee and treats. At all times we want visitors to feel relaxed and to participate as they feel comfortable.
Can I make contact before I come?
It can be difficult meeting people for the first time and not knowing anyone. If you would find it helpful you can contact us and let us know you are coming and we will get in touch so that you know at least one person when you arrive. Contact us here
What should I wear?
There is no dress code, though people normally wear smart casual clothing – in keeping with the weather. Come as you are.
Is there any parking?
There is free on road parking at all of our sites.
What is the music like?
Our worship times are contemporary, relaxed and upbeat, singing both new and traditional songs.
What is there for Children & Youth
We encourage children to join in with the worship and we currently run three programmes during the adult’s talk time: Creche – for babies up to 2, Sunday school for Pre-School children and primary school children and Youth Church for Secondary School children.