SERVICES

We meet, we sing, we pray, we reflect, we learn, we listen, we share, we talk, we have great fun. Like any family, our members are all individual and prefer different styles of services. With five Sunday services and one mid week we hope that you can find one, or two or maybe even more that suit you.

8am Sunday service

This is a traditional spoken, Holy Communion service using the Book of Common Prayer.

9.15 service

 A 50 minute service with our wonderful robed choir, great teaching and Holy Communion twice a month.
Refreshments are served after the service.

10.30am sunday service

This bustling family service. Jam packed with teaching, singing and prayer. Communion once a month.
Refreshments are served after the service

5pm Sunday Service

This is a great family service, with a more intimate vibe. Expect to sing, talk, listen and laugh.
Refreshments are served before the service at 4.30pm.

7pm Sunday Service

Under 30s lead this service with music from a great youth band (1st and 3rd Sunday).
Alternate Sundays are more refelction, listening, praying and teaching.
Pizza or cake served before the service at 6.30pm.

11am Thursday Service

A friendly communion service using teaching from Sunday. A delicious meal is served after the service every 2nd Thursday of the month (excluding August).

SUNDAY SERVICES COMING UP
  1. Sunday 5th March

    Guy Donegan-Cross Sunday Service
    Led by Guy

    Our theme and readings this week are:

    Lent:  Stories of Missionary Servants/Prayer Toolbox

    7pm Story Formed Way: Life in the Spirit

    8am Communion. A spoken, traditional and reflective service with a shorter sermon following the Book of Common Prayer.

    9.15am Communion.  A 50 minute service with good hymns, a choir, and a reflective feel.  Followed by coffee. 

    10.30 am. Worship & children’s groups.  We meet together to worship God with joy, led by a band with a variety of styles, and learn how to follow Christ.  There are groups for all ages.  We have good teaching with follow-up notes, coffee and time to be prayed for at the end, and an expectation of God’s Spirit at work as we do so.

    5pm (begins at 4.30 with cake and tea)Worship together and teaching.  We have a worship journey together for 20-25 minutes, led by an all age band, followed by teaching with children in groups.  We hope there is a family, communal, worshipful feel to this service.

    7.00pm (begins at 6.30pm with refreshments) – Holy Communion.  A reflective service, with worship, teaching, prayer and communion.  Space to be with God at the beginning of the week.   We want to meet God in the power of his Spirit, and to step out using the gifts he has given us. We want to grow through teaching from the Bible, which is applied to our lives.

  2. Sunday 12th March

    Dan watts Sunday ServiceGuy Donegan-Cross Sunday Service
    Led by Dan Watts & Guy Donegan-Cross

    Our theme and readings this week are

    Lent:  Stories of Missionary Servants/Prayer Toolbox.  Early Church saints.
    7pm Listening to God in the Spirit.  John 14:25-27 and 16: 5-15

    8am Holy Communion. A spoken, traditional and reflective service with a shorter sermon following the Book of Common Prayer.

    9.15am Morning Worship.  A 50 minute service with good hymns, a choir, and a reflective feel.  Followed by coffee. 

    10.30 am. Worship & children’s groups.  We meet together to worship God with joy, led by a band with a variety of styles, and learn how to follow Christ.  There are groups for all ages.  We have good teaching with follow-up notes, coffee and time to be prayed for at the end, and an expectation of God’s Spirit at work as we do so.

    5pm (begins at 4.30 with cake and tea)…“Space for God” with prayers for healing and children’s groups,

    7.00pm (begins at 6.30pm with pizza!) – Ignite Service A celebratory service with an emphasis on encouraging younger leaders, and a culture which younger people find accessible.  We want to meet God in the power of his Spirit, and to step out using the gifts he has given us. We want to grow through teaching from the Bible, which is applied to our lives.

  3. Sunday 19th March

    Dan watts Sunday ServiceGuy Donegan-Cross Sunday Service
    Led by Dan Watts & Guy Donegan-Cross

    Our theme and readings this week are

    Lent:  Stories of Missionary Servants/Prayer Toolbox.  Frances and Clare.

    7PM - Story Formed Way: Life in the End

    8am Holy Communion A spoken, traditional and reflective service with a shorter sermon following the Book of Common Prayer.

    9.15am Holy Communion.  A 50 minute service with good hymns, a choir, and a reflective feel.  Followed by coffee. 

    10.30 am. Worship & children’s groups.  We meet together to worship God with joy, led by a band with a variety of styles, and learn how to follow Christ.  There are groups for all ages.  We have good teaching with follow-up notes, coffee and time to be prayed for at the end, and an expectation of God’s Spirit at work as we do so.

    5pm (begins at 4.30 with cake and tea)…“In the Mix” The children stay in church, and adults go out!  We meet around tables, with teaching, discussion, and interactive prayer.  It is non-threatening and safe, but we hope participatory and most of all real.  We come as we are.  The children have a great time in church with activities and worship.

    7.00pm (begins at 6.30pm with refreshments) – Evening Worship.  A simple, communal and reflective time together.  Songs, prayer, teaching.  Getting ready for the week,…giving time, depth and space.

  4. Sunday 26th March

    Dan watts Sunday ServiceGuy Donegan-Cross Sunday Service
    Led by Dan Watts & Guy Donegan-Cross

    Our theme and readings this week are

    Lent:  Stories of Missionary Servants/Prayer Toolbox.  John and Charles Wesley. Mothering Sunday at 5pm.

    7pm - What point is there to work if everything is just going to end?  Colossians 3: 22- 24 and 1 Corinthians 3: 5-15

    8am Holy Communion A spoken, traditional and reflective service with a shorter sermon following the Book of Common Prayer.

    9.15am Holy Communion.

    A 50 minute service with good hymns, a choir, and a reflective feel.  Followed by coffee.

    10.30 am. Communion & children’s groups.  We meet together to worship God with joy, led by a band with a variety of styles, and learn how to follow Christ.  There are groups for all ages.  We have good teaching with follow-up notes, coffee and time to be prayed for at the end, and an expectation of God’s Spirit at work as we do so. 

    5pm (begins at 4.30 with cake and tea). A special one-off for all the family Christingle service.

    7.00pm (begins at 6.30pm with refreshments) – Healing Prayer Service

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