We have two Sunday services. The 10:30 am service is more traditional in feel, and the 5:00 pm evening service blends traditional church with contemporary, charismatic, and corporate worship. See below for further details of both services. Throughout the year we also have special services to mark occasions such as Harvest, Remembrance day and Lent. Please take a look at our special events page.

We value the congregation's involvement in our services -
seeking to be a place of welcome, warmth and worship where all can encounter God and from where we reach out with the love of God to those in our local community.

For information on sermon topics, please visit our Teaching page.

Morning Services - 10:30 am

First (and Fifth) Sunday(s) of the Month

Service of the Word

A service of hymns, readings, prayers and a talk, together with the opportunity to hear people’s stories of God at work in us and through us.

Second and Fourth Sundays of the Month

Holy Communion

A service of hymns, readings, prayers, a talk and the invitation to gather around the Lord’s table and share in bread and wine together as we remember all that Jesus did in living, dying and being raised to new life for us. 

During Services of the Word and Communion services, there are separate group activities for children.

Third Sunday of the Month

All together Service

Once a month we gather all together to worship as one family with songs, prayers, a short talk and maybe a drama or two to get us thinking!

We believe that prayer is important and as well as praying corporately during the services there is the opportunity at the end of any service to pray in confidence with someone. If you would like to pray with someone then just make your way to the side chapel on the left hand side of the church after all our Sunday services.

Evening Services - 5:00 pm

The evening service is less formal and more flexible, with a focus on music and teaching. Starting with a welcoming drink and a slice of cake and chat, we move into sung worship, then learning from God’s Word, followed by prayer.

Evening Worship

1. Drinks and social time

2. Gathering in God's name

3. Sung worship and praise

4. Hearing from and responding to God

5. Prayers

6. Go out and worship!

Contemporary

1. Fresh approach to teaching

2. Focus on mission and evangelism

3. Opportunities to preach and lead

4. 20s and 30s core leadership team

Traditional

1. Liturgical

2. Spiritual

3. Welcoming

4. Individual