Sunday morning services
Our morning service is the main time in the week when we gather to hear from God’s word, pray, and sing God’s praises. There is a children’s programme for those aged 0-11. Refreshments are served after the morning service.
Sunday evening services
Our evening service is largely a time of extended prayer for God’s work amongst us and around the world. We also sing God’s praises, and have a brief further reflection on the theme from the morning’s sermon.
The Lord’s supper
We share the Lord’s Supper on the 1st Sunday of every month during our morning service.
Bring and share lunches
Periodically, we hold a “bring and share” lunch straight after the morning service in our downstairs hall. During the summertime (or during those rare moments of sunshine!) we also head to a local park for a picnic together. All are welcome to join (even if you aren’t able to bring anything to share).
What are the services like?
We believe the Bible is God’s word, and through it God speaks to us today. The Bible drives everything in our Sunday services. It’s read aloud, and it informs our prayers and our songs. At the heart of our time together is the sermon from a passage of the Bible. Please feel free to ask questions of the speaker when the meeting is finished. We love to sing God’s praises together and use a mixture of musical styles and songs. Refreshments are served in the lounge next door to the main hall after the morning service, and all are welcome!
What happens to the kids during the service?
We have a fantastic programme for kids. Children stay with their parents for the first part of the service and the speaker will make it clear when children can go to their classes. Children can expect to have a brilliant time learning about God in an interactive way!
Every third Sunday of the month, children in school years R-6 stay in with the adults for the service. There’s usually an age appropriate sermon sheet prepared that helps them listen to the sermon. On these weeks, there’s still a staffed creche available for pre-school aged children.
Is there a dress code?
There is no special dress code. Most people dress casually!
How can I get to know people better?
We trust you will feel welcomed from the moment you arrive! Joining us after the service for coffee should help you get to know some people from the church a bit better.