SUNDAY SERVICES

In normal times we offer a wide choice of services, from ‘traditional’ to ‘contemporary’ – with refreshments served either before or afterwards. However, things have to be different during the present Covid restrictions.

Until things change, we are able to provide both online and in-person services on Sundays – All include a Bible-based talk focused on applying its teaching to our daily lives.

Our Sunday Services are:

10am Online – a breadth of worship styles and a limited number in the church building.

4pm – Zoom – designed for those with younger children.

A full description of service choices are listed below and you can catch up with recent online services here

    ONLINE SUNDAY SERVICE CHOICES

    10.00am

    Online Sunday Service

    Join us for our live streamed service every Sunday at 10am.

    The service includes a Bible based talk, songs lead by our worship band, prayers and church family news.

    If you miss a service, don’t worry as you can catch up here.

    11.00am

    Coffee and Chat

    Grab a coffee and click here to join our Coffee and Chat Zoom meeting after the 10am Online Sunday Service.

    Spend as much or as little time as you like connecting with other members of the church family.

    So grab a coffee and following the instructions on the slide at the end of the service, login into the Zoom meeting and one of our team will be there to greet you before assigning you to a group. Spend as much or as little time as you like connecting with other members of the church family.

    4.00pm

    All Ages

    The 4 O’clock Church is designed for parents and their offspring – usually aged up to 11 – and lasts about 30 minutes.  You can join in and sing lively action songs, hear a Bible story and pray together. There is also an opportunity for households to take part in a response activity in their homes.

    Please email Emma Coy to be added to the mailing list.

    IN CHURCH SERVICE CHOICES (currently on hold)

    11.30am – Sunday

    1.00pm – Wednesday

    Holy Communion Service

    A simple spoken Holy Communion service with liturgy from Common Worship. The whole service, which includes a short Bible reflection and prayers, lasts about 40 minutes.

    SERVICE CHOICES (currently on hold)

    8.00am

    Traditional

    A spoken formal Holy Communion service with Church of England liturgy. It is based on using Common Worship but with the Book of Common Prayer used once a month.

    The whole service, which includes a short Bible-based talk, lasts about 50 minutes.

    9.30am

    Lively

    Especially suited to families and lasts about 1 hour 15 minutes. There’s a crèche for the under 3s. Children’s groups for those 3 to Y6. And a shorter all-age service once a month.

    Worship is led by a band. There’s Communion once a month and an opportunity to be prayed with follows every service.

    Refreshments are served afterwards.

    11.15am

    Reflective

    A more classical approach, with hymns accompanied on the organ and more time given for quiet reflection and prayer. Lasts about 1 hour 15 minutes.

    Communion is once a month using Common Worship.

    Refreshments are served before the service.

    4.00pm

    All Ages

    The 4 O’clock Church is designed for parents and their offspring – usually aged up to 11 – and lasts about 45 minutes. The content keeps in mind the needs and attention-span of the children. No previous knowledge of the Bible or Christian faith is assumed.

    The time ends with a sandwich tea and children playing in the garden, weather permitting.

    To know more, contact church office

    6.30pm

    Contemporary

    Very informal, with refreshments from 6.00pm. Has an extended time of contemporary worship, teaching from the Bible and a time for those who wish to be prayed for. Lasts about 1 hour 15 minutes, with Communion once a month.

    PF, a youth group for years 7-9, are part of the service from the start and then go to their own group.

    YF, a youth group for years 10-13 attend the service and afterwards go to their own group.