10.30am All Age Morning Worship & 6.30pm Evening Service
Frequently Asked Questions:
Is there anything for my children?
Morning Service: The opening 20 minutes is intended to be all age friendly with singing and a talk especially for primary aged children. After this we have a crèche for under 3’s and the 3 – 13 year olds go to their Junior Church classes & Gang of Disciples group where they have Bible stories, teaching and craft activities. If your child is shy or simply prefers to stay with you in the main service that is fine.
Evening Service: Children are very welcome but there is nothing specifically for them in the evening.
What should I wear?
Please feel free to wear whatever you feel comfortable in.
Can I sit anywhere?
Yes, there is no reserved seating.
What to expect?
- There will be songs with most people standing to sing
- There is prayer but you will not be expected to pray out loud
- There is teaching from the Bible using PowerPoint presentations
- Individuals speak of how Jesus has changed their lives.
Will there be an offering and will I be expected to give?
There is normally an offering taken up within the service for the regular members of the congregation but there is no obligation for you to give anything.
How long will the service last?
Morning Service: Normally one hour and twenty minutes. Our All Age Services last for one hour when the children stay throughout.
Evening Service: Normally one hour and ten minutes.
Refreshments are served after every morning service except for when we observe the Lord’s Supper/Communion, on that day they are served after the evening service.
The Lord’s Supper or Communion as it is sometimes known takes place normally on the first Sunday of each month towards the end of the morning service. On a few occasions during the year it is observed on a Sunday evening. The Lord’s Supper is a commemoration of Christ’s sacrifice that was offered once. We welcome all that trust in the Lord Jesus Christ alone for salvation who should on each occasion remind themselves of the words of 1 Corinthians 11 v 28 – 29. All are welcome to observe.