This service is held in the church and is designed to be of a more informal nature. The music is provided by keyboard & guitars or by CDs with a power point display on screen. All are welcome and there is a children's area with toys and activities. Refreshments are available after the service in the adjoining coffee lounge.
This service is of a more traditional format with organ or piano providing the music. Communion is usually celebrated on the first Sunday of the month. All are welcome and refreshments are available after the service in the adjoining coffee lounge.
The aims of Junior Church are to help children gain and grow a personal faith in Jesus Christ, to introduce the Bible to them and to encourage them to enjoy and understand Church. We have an enthusiastic team of CRB checked leaders.
This traditional service is held in the Church Lounge.
This is a short act of worship and is held in the Church or Fellowship Room during cold weather. It coincides with the Tuesday Morning Coffee and so refreshments are available both before and after the service.
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