Both the 09:00 and 10:45 services are streamed live each week on our YouTube channel with the exception of the 09:00 service on the 4th Sunday. Please tune in 10 minutes before the start time to see the notices for the week. You can also catch up with previous week’s services also on our YouTube channel. So join us online!
9:00 am service
The 9:00 am service is a structured but friendly service based on Common Worship. It includes traditional hymns, more modern songs and a sermon. Holy Communion is celebrated each week and refreshments are served after the service when people who attend the 9:00 am service can also meet people arriving for the 10.45 am service.
10.45 am Gathering
The 10.45 am service has particular emphasis towards families with children and young people.
On the first Sunday of each month the children and young people start in their groups and then we get back together at 11:45 to celebrate communion together.
On the second, third and fifth Sundays we start the service all together and the children and young people leave for their groups at 11:10
Groups for young people aged 0-13 run most weeks during the year and on the first and third Sunday the service is interpreted into sign language for Deaf people. This is an essential part of the church’s worship, enabling access to worship for Deaf people and enriching the life of the church.
6 pm Encounter
This is held on the 4th Sundays and is a time of fellowship, worship and prayer. It is lead by one of our worship leaders and is a real opportunity to enter into God’s presence, worship and receive prayer ministry.
Go 4th Sunday
On the 4th Sunday each month we have launched Go 4th Sunday. On this Sunday there will not be a 10:45 service and the 09:00 service will be a shorter, simpler service of Holy Communion.
Go 4th Sunday allows time for us to interact with our community and will be all about seeking to prayerfully invest in, nurture, and grow community, whether that be within church community, local community, family community or any other form of community.
The 10.45 services are interpreted into sign language on the 1st and 3rd Sundays each month. The interpreters work with the service leaders to make the services as accessible as possible for deaf people. We often use percussion instruments that give a sense of vibration as an alternative means of worship through rhythm.
Other church events – for example, Christmas and Easter services may also be interpreted.
For more information contact Margaret Metcalfe or Peter Benson via the church office.
People are involved in each service in different ways:
- Serving refreshments
- Arranging flowers
- Operating audio-visual equipment
- Operating sound equipment
- Leading the services
- Leading intercessions
- Reading the Scriptures
- Prayer ministry
If you would like to be involved in the services in any of these ways please speak to one of the leaders of the services.