We love people of all ages, stages, backgrounds and countries joining us at our services.
Sunday 9.15 & 11am
Our two identical morning services are informal and made up of all ages. Each Sunday we have teaching from the Bible, praise God in song and speak to Him in prayer. Once a month we share in Holy Communion. Our 11am service is also livestreamed for those unable to join us. After each service we enjoy speaking with new & old friends alike over refreshments and there is the opportunity for people to have confidential prayer with others for particular needs they have.
After approx. 15 minutes of our Sunday-morning services, those aged 0-18 go out to their age-appropriate groups.
1st Sunday at 3pm
A shorter, reflective, traditional communion Service on the 1st Sunday of the month. There is no music during this service.
Weekly Wednesday Morning Prayer at 9.30am
A quiet, reflective service of morning prayer.
Families, Children & Youth
tots & toddlers
families are welcomed with groups for different ages at both services
What if I want to come?
We know that visiting a new place can be daunting and we want to make you as welcome as we can, so here are answers to some questions that you may have about our services.
We don’t expect people to wear their ‘Sunday best!’ Some of our folk come smartly dressed, others come dressed casually. Wear what you feel comfortable in.
Aim to arrive about 10 minutes before the start of the service. Usually the service lasts around one hour and fifteen minutes.
At the morning services you will be welcomed by our welcome team who will help you take a seat anywhere where there is a free chair. We have good level access to the building for buggies and wheelchairs.
Usually we sing Christian songs, have prayers, a Bible reading, talk and sometimes special presentations. We normally stand to sing songs and sit to pray and listen to the talk. Our songs are a mixture of traditional hymns and modern Christian songs played by a music group.
No, you can sit and do nothing if you want. Most people join in with the songs. You may not know the tune but the words will be projected on a screen at the front. The person leading the service will tell us what to do so that we can participate if we wish.
Communion is where we share bread and wine (non-alcoholic) in remembrance of Jesus’ death for us. All those who are baptised and following Jesus as Saviour and Lord are welcome to go up to the front of church to have the bread and wine. Those who are not Christians or who do not want to take communion for some reason can either stay in their chairs or go up to the front for a prayer.
No. When you come in you will see a wooden box for donations. This is for our regular members who want to support the church financially. Donations are welcome but we do not want visitors to feel obliged to give anything.
We have people who come to the front of the church after services to pray for people and talk about difficulties or questions about faith. They will pray with you and can arrange for someone to meet you at another time if you want. The welcome & staff team are also available to talk. For more about support with difficulties, click here.
Tea and coffee are served from the Cornerstone Cafe in the Trinity Centre. This is free. People normally mingle and talk. Please stay around and meet people. The Welcome Team may well say hello and perhaps share information with you about what goes on in church life. You are free to leave whenever you wish.