We know that it’s not easy visiting a new church for the first time. You may feel nervous or unsure of what will happen so we want to help you know what to expect if you come to one of our Sunday gatherings.

We want to make you visit us an enjoyable and uplifting experience. So here is what you can expect…

10.15am Morning Worship

A time to gather together and worship with contemporary music.  There are groups for children from the ages of 0-16.

When you arrive you will be welcomed by a member of our connect team who will help you to feel at home and answer any questions that you have.

Simon – our Lead Minister – will welcome everyone from the front and then the worship team will lead us in a few songs. The music will have a contemporary feel to it with drums, guitars, keyboards and vocalists.

Youth and Children join us for the first 20 minutes or so of the service, when we have a relaxed atmosphere and a fun family time of worship and thought for the day.

Simon or sometimes another speaker will usually give a talk based on a passage in the Bible. We do our best to make them interesting, enjoyable, challenging, and relevant to how we live our daily life.

Youth and Children

After the first 20 minutes in the service the children and young people then go out to their groups. We have groups for every age from babies and Toddlers though to 16 year olds. The groups will include a creative mixture of worship, games, interactive teaching, craft and response activities.

Communion

On the first Sunday of each month we have communion together. This is a simple act of worship that Jesus first celebrated with his disciples: it involves us coming to God in an attitude of thanksgiving for the love he has shown us through Jesus’ death and taking bread and wine which speak about the sacrifice Jesus has made for us.

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The Hub – 10.15am on the 3rd Sunday of the month

An informal get together  for all ages – sharing life, exploring together. With time for breakfast and to chat over a tea or coffee.

Service @4 – 3rd Sunday of month

A More traditional service with hymns a lesson and the sharing of afternoon tea afterwards.