We meet together every Sunday at 10.30am and at 6.30pm for worship and Bible teaching.
Both Sunday services are all age, although a crèche is provided for most of the morning service for parents of young children who would prefer to have their children looked after leaving them free to focus on the service.
We use both traditional hymns and modern songs in our worship, with the words projected on screen (books are available for those who prefer them and large print and braille copies of some of the songs used).
In both the morning and evening service the preaching of God's Word, the Bible, is central to our act of worship, and we seek on both occassions to study it in order to know God better, and to better understand how we can live lives that are pleasing to Him. In order to do this in the most effective and helpful way we generally work through a series of studies, week by week, often on a particular book of the Bible, seeking to understand what God wants to communicate to us through that passage and how we can rightly apply it to our 21st Century lives. We maintain a searchable list of all sermons since March 2007.
Following the first evening service of the month, and the third morning service of the month, we celebrate the Lord's Supper when we remember the death of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ as we are instructed to do in the Bible.
Following all other evening services we have refreshments when people can spend time together in our new hall chatting over a drink and biscuits. On the third Sunday morning of each month, following our celebration of the Lord's Supper we have a fellowship lunch to which all are welcome to stay.
We have special services on Christmas Day, Easter Sunday, Mother's Day, Father's Day and on the 3rd Sunday in September for Harvest. These services are particularly suited for people who do not normally attend church, with well known hymns, easy to follow format and a easy to understand message from God's Word. They usually include some form of activity for the children and refreshments are served after the service.