Each Sunday we meet at 10:30 am for our main worship service, at which we seek to teach the Bible in a relevant way to all ages. Part of our congregation meets in our main Chapel building and the other part meets upstairs in the George. (If you’re visiting us, please come to our main building, which is next to the Parish Hall.)
We sing a mix of the best of old and new, (with the emphasis on the new), accompanied by a full band. Song words, readings and talk notes are all projected and many of the talks are available to download and listen to from the ‘media’ page.
We also have an evening service each Sunday, commencing at 6:30. It tends to be somewhat quieter and more reflective than the mornings and, (on all but the third Sunday of the month), includes a time of ‘open worship’.
Every Sunday, at either our morning or evening service, we take bread and wine, and reflect on what Jesus’ death means to each one of us.
Each of our home groups meet regularly during the week and though each has its own character, time is given to Bible study, prayer and getting to know each other. We encourage all our members to at least ‘sign up’ to a home group as this is our primary means of pastoral care as well as a great opportunity to share and pray with a smaller group of people. We currently have eight evening groups, (most of which meet on Mondays or Tuesdays), and one daytime group.
In addition, there are also men’s and women’s groups which give further opportunities to discuss specific issues from a Biblical perspective.