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Communion Service - this is held at 10am on a Sunday morning twice a month. We share bread and communion wine in commemoration and thanks for the sacrifice our Lord Jesus Christ made in dying for our sins. It lasts for about 60 minutes.
Family Service – this is held every Sunday morning at 11:15am and is for people of all ages. We start the service all together, with the children and young people usually going out to their groups (crèche and Sunday School) after the second song. This service lasts between 60 and 90 minutes.
We have a projection system for all the song words and any presentations by the pastor, songs so it’s easy to follow along. A hearing loop is also in operation in the Church during our services.
Free refreshments are served at the end of the Family Service and everyone is invited to stay and share fellowship.
There is no formal dress code, please dress as you feel comfortable.
We use a piano or an electric organ, supported by violin/s. On occasion we have a drummer and guitarists
We usually sing songs from the Mission Praise songbook
A fresh loaf of bread is split open, prayed over and circulated in baskets for you to take a small piece. This is consumed together or individually, as directed by the pastor
Communion wine is passed along the rows of seats on trays filled with small plastic cups. Again, this is consumed together or individually, as directed by the pastor.
We have a collection during the service, but you are under no obligation to give.
We also have a collection box at the back of the church.
Any donations made to the Church go towards buildings maintenance, events and the pastor's salary
If you do choose to become a member of the Church, we would encourage you to give regularly. Details of membership can be found here. Many church members give by direct debit or using envelopes that allow us to receive gift aid on your donation.
Please Note: There is very limited parking in a small area at the side of the church, and two spaces on the road at the front of the church. All of this parking is reserved for the elderly and disabled.