WORSHIP & COMMUNITY
We meet every Sunday morning for worship and on weekdays for various other activities.
Our morning service starts at 10:30 including a children's club, followed by refreshments.
We meet most Wednesdays for a time of prayer, fellowship and Bible study from 14:00 to about 15:30. Tea and coffee is served afterwards.
All are welcome to come and join us for a cup of coffee or tea and a piece of cake in an informal setting.
From 10:00 to 12:00
Children are most welcome to come and share with us in the services. We have facilities to cater for them within the meetings.
Should you wish to use it, there is a lounge to which the service is relayed. It has large windows looking into services in the main meeting room.
The Church has a Child Protection Policy, which is displayed on the church notice board.
We run various additional events and services from time to time, as detailed below:-
We will be holding a communion service on
Good Friday morning at 10:30 (Friday 10th April), to remember the Lord Jesus' ultimate sacrifice for us.
Easter Day (Sunday 12th April)
We will be holding a service at 10:30 to celebrate the risen Lord Jesus! Do come and join with us on this most important day of the Christian Year.
In line with Government guidelines, our services and meetings will be suspended for the foreseeable future.
We will be holding a 'virtual' service accessible via ZOOM; details of how to access it are on the home page
If you are in need of help or advice, please contact us on one of the numbers listed on the 'Ministries' page
We are following the guidelines received from our local Baptist organisation:-
"We strongly urge everyone to monitor the advice from the Government regarding coronavirus. More detail and updated advice can be found at:
Following the latest guidelines announced on March 16th, we advise the following for the foreseeable future:
CHURCH SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES: PRACTICAL ADVICE
The advice is now that people should avoid meeting together wherever possible and this will have an impact on meeting on Sunday and at other times during the week.
In order to maintain the social distancing guidelines, NO gatherings should take place. This means physical Sunday services, as well as ALL other gatherings, including small home groups.
Please see the announcement from the government on faith groups:
Updated 28th March 2020