Sunday Services

In ‘normal times’ we would be meeting at our church building at 10:30am on a Sunday morning, but due to Covid-19 restrictions we have made some changes to allow us to still join together for worship.


June 2021: Weather permitting, the first part of our services will be ‘in the carpark’, in a Covid-appropriate manner, where we are allowed to sing together. We will then move inside for the sermon, and you do need to contact the Church Office to BOOK A SPACE. Please also bring a chair for the outside section.

We are also still using Facebook Live to join together each Sunday morning, at 10:30am, for a live-streamed service. These meetings are led by a variety of people, and include pre-recorded worship music, interactive activities, prayer, and a sermon. After the meeting, we share a Virtual Coffee using Zoom.

We would be delighted if you are able to join with us ‘online’ at this time, using this link:

You do NOT need a Facebook account to view this feed; if you do have a Facebook account, you are able to interact with others using the ‘Comments Box’ within Facebook. Automated ‘sub titles’ are enabled on these services, which can be enabled/disabled on your personal viewing devices.

A recording of each service is made available on our website shortly after each meeting.


Screen Shot of Sunday Club video

Sunday Club is now able to meet ‘in person’ at 10:30am on Sunday mornings. Please contact Ellen for details.


Working within the Covid-19 guidelines, we are offering a variety of Services in the evenings, which we intend to last 45 – 60 minutes.

1st Sunday each month‘In Person’ Communion Service at 6:30pm; please contact the Church Office to reserve a space.
2nd Sunday each month
3rd Sunday each monthConnect Prayer, using ZOOM at 6:30pm; please contact Martin for ZOOM-session details.
4th Sunday each monthSunday Club Family Service – please contact Ellen for details.

COVID-19: If you attend any meetings which held in the church building, you will be required to follow current guidelines: sign in using the NHS Track and Trace app (or on paper if you do not have the app); sanitise your hands on entry; wear a face covering and, of course, maintain 2 metres distance. A steward will guide you to your seat; there are arrows on the floor which we ask you to follow, and there will be clear instructions on how to exit the building at the end of the service.