We warmly welcome all to meet with us every Sunday at 11.00 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. No matter what your background is, or how much you know about Christianity. Our church is made up of people from very varied walks of life so you will feel at home.
Click here for some frequently asked questions - and their answers. If you need further information or help then please contact us and we will do our best to help you.
Prayer is a part of the natural response of Christians to all that God has done for us. Through prayer we can thank God for His goodness, we can praise and worship God for His perfection and we can tell Him about our concerns and our requests. Whilst encouraging people in the church to pray in their own time day by day, it is also important for us to pray together regularly. In order to make the most of this opportunity we have in speaking to God we meet every Tuesday at 7.30 pm for prayer and bible study.
Our Sunday School Meets every Sunday morning at 9:45.
We give a warm welcome to any children who wish to come along to one of our Sunday school classes.
Sunday School is completely free, and newcomers are always welcome to join us on any Sunday. Parents can come along as well to see what their children are taught.
Leaders of all our young peoples activities are DBS checked, and agree to safeguarding policy
Feel free to contact us if you would like any more information
One Way Club
The One Way Club is our youth group for primary school children.
We meet every week to do a range of different games, challenges, crafts and other activities, and have a short talk or Bible story.
The One Way Club meets every Thursday evening (during term time) from 6:30 till 7:30 pm. This is held in the chapel building. Please feel free to contact us if you would like more information
The clubs leaders are DBS checked and agree with the churches Safeguarding Policy
Footprints is our toddler group which has a friendly and happy environment aimed at anyone with a child from ages 0-4.
At Footprints the children and their careers are invited to join in with times of free play, craft, a short Bible story and singing, with refreshments served for adults, but you will need to bring a drink and snack for your children. We do have a break for 'snack time' when the children are encouraged to sit together at tables to eat.
Footprints meet most Monday (during term time) from 10-11:30 am. though we finish a week earlier than schools for Christmas, Easter and summer holidays. This is held at the United Church Hall, which is just up the road from us, with a small charge of £2.00 per family.
The leaders of footprints are DBS checked and agree to our Safeguarding Policy
For any more information, please contact us directly or go to the Footprints Facebook page.