Service Times

During the Pandemic we have moved most of our Church life online and we have had recorded reflections available on our FaceBook Page every Sunday.

Easter Sunday will see us return to in-house Sunday Worship and then we will gather every other week in the Church and then continue the online material until the end of June.

If you would like to find out more about how we are operating during the Pandemic then please contact us.

What to Expect on a Sunday:

Things for Children: During the service we have a fun and interactive Children’s Talk. We also have Sunday School. In addition there is a quiet room available for parents and small children where they can be but still listen to the service.

We believe that all children are an integral and important part of God’s family and this means we work hard to create a safe place for them, somewhere they can come and have fun and also be listened to.

Part of our commitment to the safeguarding of children is our policy called ‘Safe to Grow’ which has been developed by the Baptist Union of Great Britain. If you would like to know more about this then please do not hesitate to ask.

Prayer: We’ll spend some time praying for issues both in the news and closer to home. You don’t have to take part if you’d rather not.

Sermon: We have a weekly sermon/ talk that lasts about 20 minutes.

Singing: During the service we sing about four hymns and modern Christian songs but there’s no pressure to join in if you’d rather not. You do not have to be X-Factor standard!

Refreshments: After the service we serve free refreshments: cakes and biscuits are a regular feature!

We have a time of Communion every third Sunday. If you aren’t sure what that means, don’t worry. It will all be explained on the morning. Like most churches, we do take an offering but it’s entirely voluntary.