10.30 am Morning worship
We all meet together as a church family for praise and worship, lively and informal, traditional and contemporary, the public reading of Scripture and prayer. The children (Junior Church) and the young people (Reps Max) then leave for their own Bible teaching in smaller age-related groups:
Communion is usually celebrated the third Sunday morning in the month. All who love the Lord Jesus Christ are welcome to share with us in taking the bread and the wine.
Junior church for children aged 3 to 10
for under 5's
for 9 -11's
Reps Max for young people aged 10 to 13
The adults continue with Bible teaching which is usually linked to the Cell Group (mid-week) teaching theme.This service usually finishes around 12 noon.
We have a 'child-friendly corner' in the worship area and a well-equipped crèche for you to take your child out of the service. The Service is audibly received there.
All involved in the teaching and care of our children and young people have been approved by ABC (in membership and trained with us) and are DBS checked.
Family services are when everyone stays together for the whole service.We have them once per term.
Usually at the end of each service opportunity is made available for prayer for healing. Please make your way to the front row where a 'ministry team' member will be available to pray with you whatever your need. We believe that the risen Christ heals the sick today and is present amongst us by the power of the Holy Spirit. The prayer of faith heals the sick.
Are served after the morning service in the hall at the back of the building. We would enjoy meeting with you, please come and chat to us. You are very welcome.
Our evening gathering is a Bible Study with everyone free to contribute. On the first Sunday evening in the month we usually celebrate Communion with all who love The Lord Jesus invited to partake. We currently have a break over the school summer holidays. We will begin again in September 2017.
In the context of our Sunday Services all Christians are called to baptism by immersion. This is a time of great blessing for those involved and for the whole church fellowship. This is a vital step on the path of discipleship.
Last reviewed 30 July 2017.