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What to Expect

 What goes on in your services?

We have three regular gatherings each Sunday, 9:30am, 11:15am and 6pm. All of our gatherings will include praise, prayer, Bible readings and teaching. They will also include communion at least once per month (weekly at 11:15am).

Our Sunday Night Church is a cafe style event with food and round table discussion.

We share breakfast together at The 930 Service on the first Sunday of each month (available from 9am)

How long do service last?

The 930 Service  last about an hour.  Our 1115 service finishes at 1230 It includes worship, Bible teaching and communion.   Sunday Night Church lasts for two hours but is broken down into Community Life from 6pm where we serve food and pray & praise together then teaching and reflection in our Dig Deeper Bible study at 7pm. You are wleocmer to joni us for just the first or second part of the evening if you prefer.

Is it easy to follow the services?

Yes, we have a projection screen which shows the songs. There is no need to have a hymn book.

What about children?

Children are welcome in any and all our services. We recognise that children have specific needs we have a Sunday club and a creche which has the service relayed in for Mum's to listen to. We have Toilet and baby changing facilities. There are also refreshments between the 2 morning services. For those  with allergies we do have a no nut policy.

What should I wear?

Please come as you are, we don't expect "Sunday best" and would much rather that you were comfortable than "properly attired". We have folk who turn up in jeans, suits and everything in between.

What will it cost?

We don't charge. The good news about Jesus is free.  Whilst we do take a voluntary collection at the morning service, this is for church members to contribute to the work of the church around the world.  We do not expect visitors to contribute to this.  Indeed, many of our members contribute by other means such as Direct Debit.  So please do not be embarrassed to pass the collection bag on, you will not be alone in doing this.

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