We use a variety of worship styles. You can find out more in the “About Us” section.
What to expect
On a Sunday evening, if you come by car, you can park in our car park at the back of Church, and you can expect to be greeted by a friendly face at the front door. The service is led by a Methodist Minister or Local Preacher and will usually include a time of sung worship, one or two readings from the Bible, and a talk seeking to link what the Bible says with our own daily lives. We pray for the needs of the world and our local community, and love to pray individually with all who ask us to. Our evening service includes sharing in Holy Communion, usually on the first Sunday of each month. We usually take up a collection of money, but there is no obligation to give to this. We are longing to see lives transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit. Children are always welcome; they are part of the family at all our services.
We meet every Sunday evening 6.30pm-7.30pm.
We use a variety of worship styles. You can find out more in the “About Us” section
What to expect
On a Sunday morning, if you come by car, you can park in our car park at the back of Church, we have two spaces for blue badge holders. You can expect to be greeted by a friendly face at the front door. The service will usually include a time of sung worship with a live worship team, one or two readings from the Bible, and a talk seeking to link what the Bible says with our own daily lives. Our morning service also includes sharing in Holy Communion, usually on the second Sunday of each month. We pray for the needs of the world and our local community, and love to pray individually with all who ask us to. We usually take up a collection of money, but there is no obligation to give to this. We are longing to see lives transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit.
Children are always welcome; they are part of the family. We have special activities for them in another part of our building, or they can stay with other members of the family in church. After the morning service there is always time for tea, coffee and a chat.
We meet every Sunday at 10.30am until approx 11.45am.
We have a strong prayer ministry in our Church and we offer prayer support for ourselves and others.
Join us for an hour of guided prayer on Wednesdays. These meetings are led by members of our Prayer Team.
We meet every Wednesday 7.00pm-8.00pm.
The meeting officially starts at 2.15pm, although members often arrive early to enjoy time together.
Around 20-25 women meet every Tuesday afternoon and enjoy fellowship together. As well as a range of speakers there is also a stall raising money for the project we choose each year. For several years now, £1000 has been raised for our project.
We have speakers on a wide range of subjects and enjoy a chat over a cup of tea. Although we are mostly retired folk, a warm welcome awaits you whatever your age.
We meet Tuesday afternoons 2.15-3.15pm.
Attention all parents, grandparents and carers!
If you care for a baby or pre-school child, come and join us on a Wednesday morning. We have a good selection of toys and activities for babies and children in our informal group. If you need a sympathetic ear or just a cuppa and the chance to talk with other adults. Our volunteers, who are all parents or grandparents themselves, are happy to help. We’re trying to take care of the environment, so please bring your own mug.
We meet every Wednesday in term time 9.30-11.00am.
Soul Café opens its doors several times per year. It takes place on a Sunday evening from 6.30pm. It is an opportunity to meet together over a drink and cake or take time out to reflect. There is always music (often live), with pictures and prose to help or inspire you. If you need space or a listening ear, that is available too.
Check our latest News sheet or check back here for details of the next Soul Café
For further information, please contact Barry Taft.
All are invited to share an informal evening of praise and worship using the words and music of Sankey and Moody. The next Sing Sankey! worship will take place on Sunday 15 September at 6.30pm.
Ira Sankey was an American singer who brought many people to faith by his singing in association with D L Moody, the 19th and early 20th century evangelist. The hymn book that bears his name was put together in the early 20th century during a mission to Scotland.
These quarterly events are led by Paul Wood on the organ and Peter Blount, Methodist Local Preacher. Paul is a versatile musician and has a wealth of knowledge on Sankey and Moody.
Each Tuesday lunchtime, a small group meets in the Parlour to read a Bible passage and explore its meaning and message. There’s usually a prayer to begin and end. You don’t need to be a Bible mastermind to come: all you need is interest and a willingness to take part.
Tea and coffee are provided and you’re welcome to bring a packed lunch.
We meet every Tuesday lunchtime, 12.00pm-1.15pm.
This informal drop in group meets in the church porch for a chance to swap ideas, patterns and knitting traumas and triumphs. We also knit for various charitable organisations. All abilities are welcome. Bring your current knitting, crochet or handicraft project. The kettle is usually on and the ‘natter’ is lively and wide ranging.
We meet every Wednesday lunchtime, 11.00am-1.00pm.
If you’re between 5 and 11 years old and love playing games, making things, singing action songs and having fun, King’s Kids is the place to be! We find out about Jesus while we have fun and play games. Grown ups are welcome to stay and have a cuppa in the porch!
On the middle Thursday of every half term we invite everyone to join us for Messy Church. Find out more about it in the Messy Church section of our website. For more information, please contact Sue Muessig
We meet Thursdays in term time 6.00-7.15pm.
We’d love to see anyone aged 3-11 years on a Sunday morning! While the main worship continues in Church, we spend about an hour having fun, making things, listening to stories to help us find out more about Jesus and how we can be just like Him!
We meet every Sunday, 10.30am-11.45am in the Rear Hall.
We want to show our love and commitment to our neighbours by sharing God’s love in our local area.
A small group of us take items and information out to the local community, often when we are celebrating important dates in the Church calendar. This has included Hot Cross Buns and olive wood crosses for Easter, chocolate at Christmas and vegetable bags for Harvest. We also distributed knitted angels in December 2018. We’re are a chatty bunch and love to talk to anyone about anything!! If you see us, please stop (or pop in) and say hello.
An informal occasion when anyone can drop in for tea or coffee and a chat. Sometimes there is a cake stall and/or Bric-a-Brac. Proceeds go to different causes.
All are very welcome.
Currently closed until further notice owing to Covid 19
We meet every Saturday morning, 10.30am-12.00pm.