Our Sunday meetings are the centre of our church life are our Sunday services, where we meet together to worship God, to strengthen believers, and to proclaim Jesus Christ to all.

Main service

Our main meeting as a church family is usually on Sunday mornings at 10:30, but during our building work we're meeting at the Village Hall at 2pm.

Our services are relatively informal in style and involve praying, singing, reading from the Bible and hearing the good news about Jesus Christ explained and applied to us from the Bible.

Whether you'd call yourself a Christian or you're just looking we'd love you to join us - there will be other people in the same situation. There's no dress code - wear whatever you're most comfortable in. We try and avoid complicated religious language, and to explain the reason for everything we do.

During the first part of this service the children and young people stay in the main room, and there's usually a short talk that is relevant to them, currently looking at the various names for God in the Bible.

Half-way through the service the children go out for 'Outback': age-appropriate Bible teaching and activities.

Meanwhile the adults hear a talk explaining the Bible passage for the week, what it tells us about Jesus, and what it means for our lives.

After the service refreshments are served, giving us plenty of time to stay around and chat.

Prayer service

Normally on Sunday evenings we meet at 6:30pm for a service that's mainly focussed on prayer. During our building work we're meeting instead at 10:00am in the rear hall of the church (the only accessible part). During this service there will be a more devotional sermon (currently on the book of Revelation), a few songs, and about half an hour for prayer.

The Lord's Supper

We normally celebrate the Lord's Supper twice a month, once in the evening and once in the morning. This will follow on after the normal service, with a short break in between for those who'd like to leave. All who know and love the Lord Jesus Christ as their Saviour are invited to share the bread and the wine. If that's not you, you're warmly invited to stay and watch as we remember Jesus' death in our place.