COVID 19 – The current lockdown restrictions impact on all our regular worship and fellowship activities. We look forward to once again meeting in our building. The information will be updated as soon as we are able to safely open up our building.
Our traditional Sunday worship and Sunday school, known as ‘Junior Church’, is at 10:00am each Sunday. Services are led by circuit ministers, local preachers and worship leaders – when we make our ‘own arrangements’. See our ‘News & Events‘ for more details of upcoming services. There is a family service every second Sunday of the month and a Holy Communion each month.
Contact: Steward Mrs Barbara Davies –
Tel 01704 892995 or email email@example.com
Messy Church activities are available on Zoom. Every fortnight, on a Sunday morning at 10.00am, we meet for 15 minutes of Singing, Dancing and Story. Messy Church sessions take place on Zoom once a month on a Saturday at 4pm. You’ll be sent an activity pack each month with materials and ideas so that you can complete some activities as a family before we meet on Zoom – we look forward to you showing us the wonderful things you’ve created! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to join us for Messy Praise and/or Messy Church.
Our Junior Church is held on Sunday mornings 10am-11am and is open to all children. We provide a variety of fun activities including: Crafts, Baking, Art, Stories and Worship.
We begin in the church service for the first 10 or 15 minutes, sitting altogether in the children’s area where there are books, comfortable seats, baby mats etc. After the second hymn, we leave the main congregation to our own separate area. (The Upper Room). Each week is different and drinks & biscuits are served.
Our Junior Church members also have the opportunity to get involved in special services such as Easter, Sunday School Anniversary and Christmas as well as All-age worship.
2nd Sunday of the month is a a family service in Church in which we join the rest of the congregation.
4th Sunday of the month we have a Teen Zone meeting in which our older children go to a local cafe for hot drinks and chat.
Contact: Kath 01704 821884 or Sid 01704 893343
The Stop Take A Rest café is open to everyone and offers tea, coffee and toast. It is a family-friendly relaxed atmosphere which welcomes new visitors.
Term-time opening hours:
Monday 8:30am – 11am
Tuesday 9am – 10:30am
Wednesday 8:30am – 11am
School holiday opening hours:
Monday 9am -11:30am
Wednesday 9am – 11:30am
Bible Study sessions are held Wednesday mornings 10:30am – 11:45am in Church. All are welcome to join our friendly discussion group.
Open for Prayer
The church is open for prayer every Thursday from 7 to 8pm
Don’t let things trouble you, please come along and spend some time in the peace and quiet of our church and let God take away any stress and strain. All welcome.
We also have a prayer book available at all times for you to write in your prayer requests.
Café Church provides an alternative, informal, mid-week worship for all ages. We arrange speakers to lead us and also make our own arrangements to encourage involvement and participation. We serve food mid-way through the service to facilitate sharing.
We meet on the first Wednesday of every month at 6.45pm in the church hall. See our ‘News & Events‘ for more details of upcoming speakers.
Contact: Mrs Pat Robinson – 01704 892818 or Mrs Barbara Davies – 01704 892995
We meet the second Monday of the month, 11.45pm in church
Refreshments such as homemade soup, bread and puddings are served.
The focus is to provide a welcoming and friendly environment for all ages to meet, chat and share companionship
There is no charge for the lunch but a donation towards the cost of food and resources is welcome.
For further information or to inform us of any dietary requirements, please contact us on details below:
Contact: Janet on 01704 894961 or email@example.com
Flowers are provided, Sunday by Sunday, by members of the congregation to decorate the communion table. Many flowers are donated in memory of loved ones.
Each Monday our pastoral team visit the sick, elderly folk in residential homes and the bereaved, taking flowers with them. Also, people celebrating the birth of a baby or an Anniversary will receive flowers.
If you would like to donate flowers or arrange for a recipient of our flowers, please contact us on details below.
Contact: Brenda Guy 01704 892997 & Vera Fitzsimmons 01704 892308
Pastoral Care Team
A team of visitors work alongside the minister to ensure that those who are housebound, unwell, bereaved or lonely receive visits and practical help.
Contact: Rev. Michael Tindsley 01704 893230
Baptisms, Weddings & Funerals
Our beautiful Church, with its friendly and warm atmosphere, is the perfect venue for your significant family occasions. We are able to accommodate baptisms, weddings and funerals. Please contact our minister to discuss your personal requirements.
Contact: Michael Tindsley 01704 893230 firstname.lastname@example.org