COME TO CHURCH
This page was last updated on 14 August - check here for updates.
You will find listed here the opportunities for you to come to church to worship in the coming weeks.
The current preaching plan (June, July and August) is here, and that covers Sunday services in all the churches in our Circuit, not just our church.
Wednesday morning services - every Wednesday morning at 10.30 am there's an opportunity to join us for a short service. Here are the worship leaders for the next few Wednesdays, although we apologise in advance if there are last minute changes:
17 August service led by Mrs Diana Bosman
24 August service with Holy Communion led by Revd Emily Young
31 August service led by Mr Jack McGinnigle
7 September service led by Deacon Marilyn Slowe
14 September service led by Mrs Theresa Rutherford
Sunday morning services
Here are the worship leaders for upcoming Sunday services at our church. Again, we apologise in advance for any last minute changes:
14 August service led by Deacon Marilyn Slowe
21 August service led by the Food for Thought house group
28 August service led by Mr Glyn and Mrs Angela Constantine
4 September service with Holy Communion led by our new minister Revd Freddy Takavarasha
11 September service led our our local worship team
Stay on top of any changes by subscribing here to the weekly Circuit Bulletin.
Coming to Church?
Things are pretty much entirely back to normal in church now, though you are still welcome to wear a face covering and will find sanitiser near the entrances. We will continue to follow the guidance (which you can view here) to help keep everyone safe.
If you do need information about facilities before you join us you can always contact the office.
There is a service in church every Sunday and Wednesday morning, although evening services are mostly online. Most regular activities are running as they used to and are busier than ever, such as the Monday afternoon fellowship, Mother and Toddler group on Thursday mornings in school term time, and the weekly Saturday morning drop-in (known to some as the Bacon Butties Fellowship).
Refreshments after Sunday morning services have also resumed. We have all missed that essential fellowship over tea, coffee and biscuits and are glad to have that chance again.
Our community rooms are also busy. We have hosted some fantastic family parties recently and some great one-off events like exhibitions and concerts, as well as our weekly regulars like the Girlguiding and Scouting groups, dance and music classes, and social and cultural fellowships. For information, get in touch with our manager, Peter, through the office or by clicking the Book A Room button at the bottom of the page.
Prayer in the Garden
Don't forget the garden at church. Please take advantage of it if that is convenient for you. It's a beautiful place to sit peacefully for a while and share a moment with God at this time of the year. Thank you to everyone who volunteers to keep it tidy.
If you would like someone to pray for you, or with you, or for a particular concern that is on your heart
call the prayer line number which is 07942 581223
email the prayer line at email@example.com