Faith and fellowship
In addition to our weekly services there is a study group which meets fortnightly throughout the year. Typically, each year, there will also be two or three other short Bible study courses of 4 to 6 weeks duration and, during Lent, we study together with other local churches.
Confirmation classes are also provided as required.
The church encourages lay involvement in church readings and intercessions.
In addition to the above, the most popular time of fellowship is that spent together over refreshments after the 10:15am Sunday morning service.
Children and young people
The church welcomes children and young people and often works with local churches to provide holiday clubs for children of primary school age. Please contact our Children and Young People's Co-ordinator for further details. Follow the link to discover more about the church's Open the Book initiative, taking bible stories into primary schools and presenting them through a storyteller and role play.
Choir and bell ringing
We aim to establish a choir of about 20 people drawn from the local area and have a dedicated group of bell ringers. Both groups meet weekly to practice.
Our congregation has a wide range of interests. Flower arranging, brass rubbing and cake making skills all contribute to church life and add to a strong sense of fellowship. We are also fortunate to have a group committed to the running of our gift shop and second hand book shop.