Every Sunday at 10.30 am including Children’s Church. The service is either conducted by our minister, another minister or lay preacher. The service usually lasts about an hour. Coffee and biscuits are provided in the hall after the service – a chance to talk to friends, old and new.
Meets at 10.30am on Sunday mornings during the main service. We hold a variety of activities including games, crafts and stories.
Please see the ‘Children’ section of the website for details of dates and themes.
Takes place at 6.30pm on many Sundays between September and June. See "What's On" for details. These services are often more intimate and can take a variety of forms.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of every month in the Vestry at the back of the church from 9:45 to 10:00am. It is a time to reflect on current issues or a specific theme. Those attending also have the opportunity to bring their concerns to God. We welcome all who wish to share a few moments of quiet reflection before general worship begins.
Holy Communion Services:
Communion is celebrated during the morning service on the first Sunday of every month. All who love our Lord Jesus are invited to share at his table, to whatever branch of His Church you belong.
Is our afternoon service for all the family and meets on the second Sunday of every month at 4pm in the Church.
We explore different themes and bible stories in an informal, interactive way with crafts, cooking, singing and lots of mess! Recent themes have included ‘Building strong Foundations’, ‘Light’ and ‘The Baptism of Jesus’. Some photos of previous More@4 sessions can be found in the Gallery section of this website.
Please see the ‘Children’ section of the website for details of dates of current activities.
Meets every Sunday except when there is a More@4. It meets between 6.00 - 7.30pm for games, food and discussion. It is for young people in the school Years 6 and over.
Forest Church is an outdoor afternoon service for all the family. We meet once a month on the 4th Sunday at 4 pm outside the church and go to The Wick to explore nature and meet God in his creation.
Please see the 'Children' section of the website for more details.