The midweek study provides an opportunity for the church family to meet in the middle of our week to study a portion of the Bible directly or address a topic from a Biblical perspective. The study incorporates group discussion, led by one of the pastoral team, and participants are given opportunity to join in, if […]
Amidst the ongoing coronavirus situation, St Giles will be physically meeting whilst adhering to government guidance. Our Sunday services will be simultaneously broadcast on Zoom for those who are unable to join our services at this time, but we’d love to have all who are able to join us physically do so.
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.
On the second Saturday of the month the men of St Giles meet for an informal breakfast and theological study. Previously the group read and discussed Bible Doctrine by Wayne Grudem, 9 Marks of a Healthy Church by Mark Dever, The Ten Commandments by Thomas Watson, The Cross of Christ by John Stott and many […]