10am

Traditional Breaking of Bread Service

This service is a traditional, contemplative communion service. It is an hour devoted to remembering Jesus’ death and all that it means for us. The service starts with someone sharing a thought from the Bible which is then followed by open worship, in which people in the congregation contribute Bible readings, hymns and prayers. During this service someone will give thanks for the bread and wine which will then be distributed.

11am

Coffee Time

Between the Breaking of Bread service and the All Age Service there is tea and coffee served along with biscuits and cake. This offers a great time of informal, relaxed fellowship where new people can be greeted and friendships can be deepened.

11:30am

Contemporary All Age Service

This is our main morning service that sees everyone gather together to sing God’s praise, seek God’s face in prayer and listen to God’s Word preached. It is fairly informal. The service will be led by one of our church members who will guide the congregation through the various parts of the service. The music is helped by a great band of gifted musicians who play a nice mix of both old and new hymns. The sermon is usually about 30 minutes long, usually part of a series, where we seek to understand what God is saying to us through His Word and what it means for our lives today. After the service there is no need to rush away as there is further opportunity to chat, share and pray together.

1:15pm

Young Person's Lunch

After the morning service during term time there is usually lunch for students and young people. This lunch is prepared by different members of the congregation and offers the students and young people a hearty meal and further opportunity to eat and share together.

6.30pm

Evening Service

The evening service is a slightly more relaxed service than the morning. It offers a chance for more reflective worship and more in depth Bible teaching. The service is led by a member of the worship team or congregation and the sermon works through a different book of the Bible usually as part of a different series.