Sunday Service - what to expect.
Visitors are welcome - here's a quick summary of what to expect....
You don't have to be a Christian.
Plenty of car parking space.
There is no particular dress code.
There is normally somebody at the door to welcome you.
There will be an announcement sheet containing an "Order of Service" sheet on the seats. There is room on this to take sermon notes if you wish to.
You can sit just where you feel most comfortable. Currently only every other pew is used to adhere to the socially distancing guidelines. A face covering must be worn (unless exempt) at all times while in the church buildings except when sitting down.
Praise items, Bible readings and announcements are normally displayed on screens.. You are encouraged to bring your own Bible and follow the sermon Bible references. We use the English Standard Version(ESV). It is perfectly fine to use an electronic version, for example on your mobile.
A deaf loop system is available in the Church, just switch to "T". There are spaces available for wheelchairs in the Church. There is a Disabled Toilet in the adjacent Church Hall. The Service is amplified and recorded.
There is a crèche during the service (for the younger children) in the adjacent Church Hall with two leaders.
The service lasts about an hour and 10 minutes.
Some people can’t worship together with their church family because they're away from home, working, housebound etc. so we live stream our services on YouTube and we thank God they can experience “church” via technology.
But for those with no restrictive issues, there are many reasons we believe God wants us to worship together in His house and follow the example of the first church. “On the day of Pentecost all the believers were meeting together in one place” (Acts 2:1).
A DVD of our services is available free of charge. Ask one of the volunteers doing the audio/visuals at the front of the church or contact our Church Office