Sunday morning services start at 10:30am and finish by 12noon. Wednesday evening services are approximately 1 hour, from 7-8pm.
What happens during a Sunday morning service?
The service starts with a time of worship for about half an hour. After that one of the leadership will welcome the congregation, take up an offering and then share any announcements about upcoming events or activities. After that the minister will share a message for about half an hour, closing the service in prayer.
No! Some people like to dress up smarter for church on Sundays, and others prefer to wear casual clothes such as jeans and a T-shirt. Wear whatever you feel comfortable wearing.
On Sunday mornings there is full children's ministry for ages 0-11 and youth church for those in school years 7-13. There is no children’s or youth ministry on Wednesday evenings.
We also have a family room available for all services, where parents can go to feed, change and care for young children during the services, whilst still hearing the message.
We have car parkers on a Sunday morning to help you find a suitable space to park. There are a few spaces by the building reserved for those who are disabled or have mobility issues. We are very grateful to be able to use Pipers car park for services (a business just next to the church) which is a tremendous help as we have limited parking ourselves!
When you arrive in the corridor you will see the kids check-in desk. The team there will help you with checking your children in to children’s ministry, show you the kids rooms, introduce you to the kids workers, answer any questions you may have etc. We want to make your first experience as easy and stress-free as possible!
We take Communion on the first Sunday of every month during the time of worship in the main service.
No, there is absolutely no obligation to give! There is an opportunity for people to give tithes and offerings at every service but it is entirely voluntary.
Join packs are available from the Info Desk. Inside the pack there is more information about the church and a form to complete and hand in if you’d like to become a member. Being a member produces a powerful sense of belonging. It means that you join and partner with us, as an active member of the body here, and we are so grateful for those God joins to us.
Volunteer packs are available from the Info Desk with all the information about volunteering. You can also e-mail or call the church offices, or talk to Janet White or Sian Maasbach. Volunteers are essential to church and we so appreciate all the people who give their time and talents to help build the church here.