Purpose

To praise and worship God together as a church family.


When and Where

Please see the Parish Newsletter for up to date information. 


What Happens 

9 am 'A gentle start to the day' 

Communion, familiar words, well-known hymns and short to-the-point teaching usually finishing at about 9.50am.  Stay on for refreshments and a chat with others or head off to make the most of your Sunday!

10:30 am 'Relaxed and contemporary'

We enjoy music and song as a way of expressing our praise to God. Don’t worry if you don’t know the songs or don’t feel comfortable to join in - feel free to observe and reflect on what is happening.

Children and young people start in church and then go out to their special groups. There is a crèche for the youngest children and groups for infant, junior and senior school ages.  Parents and carers are welcome to stay for as long as it takes for children to settle in before returning to the main church.  We have a number of all-age services throughout the year and these are advertised in advance.

There is usually a reading from the Bible, time for prayer and a talk for adults of all ages and stages which will be accessible and practical.  

On the 3rd Sunday of the month we have Communion (bread and wine to remember Jesus died for us).

The service in church finishes at about 12 noon but continues with  tea & coffee in the church hall and an opportunity to meet some of us.  Most people tend to wear casual clothes, but if you feel like dressing up a bit, well, why not?

On the first Sunday of the month the service takes place in St Mark Hall.

3:30 pm Messy Church

On the first Sunday of the month only

6:30 pm 'A chance to reflect and wind down as the day ends'

Evening Praise - 2nd and 3rd Sundays in the month. A classic mix of music, liturgy, Bible readings and preaching. This is a good way to prepare for the challenges of a new week.

Holy Communion - 4th Sunday of the month


To hear some of the sermons from the 10:30 service go to Sermon Downloads 




Purpose

To enable people to share in an informal midweek communion service with space to deepen friendships over refreshments.
To get involved Contact Us


When and Where

Every Wednesday morning 10-11.45 am in the main church building. Refreshments served between 10.45 and 11.30 am.


What Happens

One of the vicars leads an informal communion service during which there is a short talk and an opportunity to pray for those in any kind of need. From about 10.45 am coffee, tea and cakes are served as people chat in the church welcome area.