About our services


Sunday Morning Services

The first, third and fifth Sunday of each month is a service of Holy Communion while the second Sunday is Sunday2, our inclusive, welcoming and joyous service that is filled with music, crafts and quiet times - everyone is welcome, even online! Breakfast is served from 9.00 am at Sunday2, and the service itself starts at 9.30. The fourth Sunday of the month is a non-Communion service.

Our 10.30 am Sunday morning services are held in church but are also live-streamed for those people who aren't able to join us. The link will be emailed out before the service and will also be available on this website. 


Wednesday Morning Communion Service

There is a service of Holy Communion in church and on Zoom at 10.30 am every Wednesday, except during August.

The format f the service includes a study passage read by the person who chose it, followed by discussion of the passage.  

Please note you will have to wear a face-covering and stay socially distanced throughout.

The service will also be “Zoomed” - the link to the Zoom meeting will be sent in a separate email message on Tuesday.



Coming up:


Sunday 22nd May  2022

6th Sunday of Easter


10.30 am             Morning Worship             Jenny Carpenter



Risen Christ,

by the lakeside you renewed your call to your disciples:

help your Church to obey your command

and draw the nations to the fire of your love,

to the glory of God the Father.


Reading        Jeremiah      22 v. 11-19   

Hymns             H&P 190      Christ is alive! Let Christians sing

                       H&P 556      Pray for the Church, afflicted and oppressed

                       StF 713         Show me how to stand for justice

                       H&P 381      Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go




The service will also be live streamed - you will be able to watch it here from 10.30 am.

There is a Junior Church Activity sheet available here.






Sunday 29th May  2022

7th Sunday of Easter


10.30 am                Holy Communion        Revd Gareth Jones



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