What we do on a Sunday
You are very welcome to join us on a Sunday for Morning Worship. We begin at 10.30am and we cater for all ages. We sing hymns and songs (some old, some new) accompanied by our church organist. You can listen or participate in prayers. A volunteer reads from the Bible and the minister gives a talk on it. We sometimes have dramas and other activities.
We try to make the first part of Morning Worship suitable for all ages. For the next part, if you are a child, you are invited to to attend our crèche, or you can stay in the main service if you prefer.
After Morning Worship, we serve refreshments in the hall. You are welcome to join us and get to know a few people.
Once a month, we celebrate Holy Communion (The Lord’s Supper or Eucharist). On the first Sunday of March, June, September and December and on Easter Day it is normally at 10.30am, and also at 3.15pm at St Margaret’s Care Home. On the first Sunday of other months, it is after Morning Worship in the chapel at the back of the church.
Accessibility Our church has access for wheelchair users from the side door, an accessible toilet, a loop system for people with hearing aids and large-print service sheets and hymn books.
If you have young children, they are welcome at church. If you need to retreat at any point, there is a glazed, soundproof <chapel> at the back where you can see and hear what is going on. Toilets and baby changing facilities are in our halls.