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What's On?

Let us consider how we may spur one another on towards love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another – and all the more as you see the Day approaching.

[Hebrews 10: 24-25]


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Please see below for our forthcoming community events & details of our regular worship & groups.

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Sunday 29 September 2024

Join us for our Harvest service at 10.45am

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Sunday 10 November 2024 10am
Poppy Field

Remembrance Day Service

Colorful Flags
Regular Events

Our Sunday services start at 10.45am every week, and newcomers are always welcome, regardless of how much or little faith or previous experience of church you may have.


Our services normally last about an hour.  They will include a variety of hymns and songs, both traditional and more modern, accompanied by our gifted musicians and singers. We spend time each service in prayer, we listen to the Bible being read, and each week a speaker will help us understand more about what we have just heard. On average we celebrate Holy Communion twice a month.


Children are always welcome at all our services.

Our Fish Club (Children's Worship Group) meet once per month during our morning worship and then participate in the service the following week

 All are welcome to join and dates for these sessions are advertised on the school newsletter & on our own weekly news sheet

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Our Home Groups meet weekly at on a Wednesday at 7.30pm. 

1st and 3rd Wednesdays - Two separate home groups who meet on Zoom

2nd and 4th Wednesdays - Joint Home Group Prayer Meeting (Zoom)

5th Wednesday (when they occur) - Joint, in person meeting at Church encouraging other Christians from the parish to join

These are friendly and informal opportunities to deepen our community and fellowship by studying God’s word and praying together.  


Newcomers are always welcome to join a group.  No previous knowledge of the bible or church experience is needed.   Contact one of the group organisers if you would like more details:

Mark Thomas:

Derek Burnside:

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