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When, where, what?

When, where, what?

What happens when on a Sunday?  Where do I go?  What about my children? And what can I expect in the service?

  • WHEN? Our main worship service is at 10.30 a.m. on Sundays, finishing about 12 noon.  Children up to the age of 11 (school year 6) join with the whole church family in the main service for the first 20 minutes or so, and then leave for their own age-relevant groups.  Young people aged 11-14 (school years 7-9) stay in the service for about 45 minutes, then leave for their own group

    We also have some meetings on Sunday evenings about once a month, starting at 6.30 pm.  See the church diary to find out when there is something on in the evening.  

  • WHERE? Morning worship services take place in the main hall, which was originally built as a theatre, so we have plenty of seating both in the hall and on the balcony.  

    Children aged 3 up to the age of 11 go to their groups upstairs, in the upper hall which is accessed from the back of the balcony, or by going up the stairs from the foyer, either side of the front doors.  

    The Creche for 0-3 year olds is off the foyer, and you are welcome to leave your child with the people on duty or to stay with them.  

    For more information about what's on for children, visit our children's page.

    The young people's group meets in Ravens, a cafe-style room under the stage, which is accessed through the double doors to the left of the stage in the main hall.  For more information about what's on for young people, visit our youth page

  • WHAT? Our services are informal - feel free to sit, stand, observe or join in!  Our sung worship is band led, contemporary in style, and there will be time for prayer, for testimonies, hearing teaching from the Bible as well as Communion twice a month.  There is always opportunity for prayer ministry at the end of the service.

    Our evening services offer a variety of focuses, including some that are led by our young people, some with missions focus, some especially for older people, some led by our homegroups and some with special opportunity for prayer ministry.  Three times a year, we also run discipleship courses on Sunday evenings - visit our Disciple page to find out more.

  • ACCESSIBILITY: the main entrance to our building has a ramp and button operated automatic door; we have a hearing aid loop in the foyer and the main hall; and there is a disabled toilet.  We will do everything we can to help with access to other areas.  For further information, please