We recognise that worship can take many forms, including gathered times of worship on Sunday mornings. Here, our worship is planned and led by a range of people and we welcome participation from as may people as possible. Our morning services usually follow the Revised Common Lectionary readings and themes.
When: Various Sundays including:
- June 13th
- July 19th
- September 12th
- October 10th
- November 14th
Contact us for details or if you would like to join our service online.
What to expect in this service: A liturgical service of worship around Communion. We usually include the celebration of events or feasts in the Church calendar within our worship time. Our service usually finishes around 9:45am but we encourage people to stay online to chat.
When: Every Sunday
Currently meeting via Zoom and with limited seating in the church building. See below for information on how to book your seat(s) or contact us if you would like to join our service online*
*Meetings on the church premises are subject to change depending on Government Covid advice or restrictions. Please be aware that we’re unable to sing indoors at this time and face coverings must be worn unless exempt.
What to expect in this service: Relaxed, all-age worship style with Communion, recognising the richness of the traditions of the Church through the ages and contemporary expressions of worship. Children’s resources or Sunday School are part of our time together. Our services are a little shorter while we meet online and usually finish around 11:30am, but we encourage people to stay and chat online or socialise outside if meeting on the premises.
CLICK HERE for seven tips to help you engage with worship on Zoom
Book your seat(s) here for our services at the church building
Everyone is welcome to our indoor and outdoor services at church but, due to Covid-19, we need to know how many people are coming as our safe capacity is limited. You can easily sign-up to save your seat(s).
If you would like to gather on the church premises for worship you need to register online before each service (ideally no later than Saturday evening). Please don’t book for a service unless you are absolutely sure you will be attending and remember to cancel your ticket or let us know if you change your mind. You don’t need to sign-up for drop-in sessions, or services or events taking place on Zoom. Thanks for your understanding.
CLICK HERE to save your seat(s) for one of our services at Church.
Note: Your details will be kept for Track and Trace purposes and in case we need to contact you regarding the service(s) you’re planning to attend. Privacy Notice.
We believe you can return to our church building and garden with confidence. Here are some of the legal and safety measures in place:
- Track and Trace is in place, including online booking for services on the premises
- We ask you to sanitise your hands when you arrive
- Some one-way systems in place
- Face-coverings are to be worn by adults and over 11s at all services (we have some spares if you’ve forgotten yours)
- Please bring your own Communion elements
- Our Stewards are on hand to help you and to minimise movement around the building
- Regular scheduled cleaning is in place
If you have any questions use the form below to drop us a line.
When: Monthly on Sundays
Currently on a break. Contact us for details
What to expect in this service: An informal, interactive time of worship for all ages around a meal with Communion.
Other gathered worship
There are many opportunities throughout the year when we will worship and celebrate Christian festivals, grieve and lament together, celebrate and remember holy moments in our lives and find ways to worship wholly well.
Our church building is open for prayer each Wednesday morning.* You are welcome to pop in to pray, receive prayer, light a candle, or find a quiet space in our sanctuary or garden. Our Pastoral Team are available to talk with you too. We are following Government guidance about Coronavirus to make sure that this is a safe space for everyone. Come and visit!
*Please note that, although we have implemented Government guidance for places of worship during this time of Covid-19, we may need to cancel worship or meetings in the building at short notice in response to most Government recent advice or restrictions.