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Please ensure that you read the 'Coronavirus information for service' before attending a church service.

For more information about our services, orders of service and online messages, click on 'Church Life' and look on the Sunday services pages.

Please note that on Christmas Day, Sunday 27 December and Sunday 3 January services will be held online.

To watch an on-line service click on 'Church Life' and look on the Sunday services 'Video' page.

In line with current U.K. Government advice about Coronavirus all of our weekday activities are suspended. Information will be placed on the website when it is available. Please look on the appropriate page for more information, for example 'Prayer and Bible study'. 

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Wednesday 2nd June 202119:45Bible study. Please click here for essential information
Bible study on Matthew. Please ensure that you read the Covid-19 information below before deciding to attend. Please do not come to the church if you or anyone in your household has a fever, new cough or loss of taste/smell. Do not come to church if you have been contacted by NHS Test and Trace and told to self-isolate. You must wear a face covering for the whole time you are in the building, unless you are aged under 11. There will be a church steward on hand to welcome you, when you arrive. The steward will make a note that you have arrived and will also ask if you or anyone in your household have a fever, new cough or loss of taste/smell, or if you have been contacted by NHS Test and Trace. We are required to keep a note of everyone who attends for 3 weeks and this will be done in accordance with GDPR (Data Protection). If you would like a copy of how this specifically applies to the measure we have put in place, copies will be available from the steward. After you have been to church if you, or anyone in your household develops a fever, new cough or loss of taste/ smell, or if you are contacted by NHS Test and Trace, please telephone 01753 543097, you should also call NHS 111 for help and advice. More information is available on the 'Coronavirus information for services' page.
Sunday 6th June 202110:30Morning service. Please click for essential information.
Preacher Terry Young – Theme ‘Living through lockdown with Jeremiah' Please ensure that you read the Covid-19 information below before deciding to attend. Please do not come to the church if you or anyone in your household has a fever, new cough or loss of taste/smell. Do not come to church if you have been contacted by NHS Test and Trace and told to self-isolate. You must wear a face covering for the whole time you are in the building, unless you are aged under 11. There will be a church steward on hand to welcome you, when you arrive. The steward will make a note that you have arrived and will also ask if you or anyone in your household have a fever, new cough or loss of taste/smell, or if you have been contacted by NHS Test and Trace. We are required to keep a note of everyone who attends for 3 weeks and this will be done in accordance with GDPR (Data Protection). If you would like a copy of how this specifically applies to the measure we have put in place, copies will be available from the steward. After you have been to church if you, or anyone in your household develops a fever, new cough or loss of taste/ smell, or if you are contacted by NHS Test and Trace, please telephone 01753 543097, you should also call NHS 111 for help and advice. More information is available on the 'Coronavirus information for services' page.
Monday 7th June 2021 Weekday activities. Click here for more information
Please note that in line with current U.K. Government advice about Coronavirus some weekday activities are still suspended because of Covid-19 restrictions. More information will be placed on the website when it is available.
Sunday 13th June 202110:30Morning service. Please click for essential information.
Led by: Nick Wells – Theme ‘Prepare the way’ Mark 1 vv. 1-15. Including communion. Please ensure that you read the Covid-19 information below before deciding to attend. Please do not come to the church if you or anyone in your household has a fever, new cough or loss of taste/smell. Do not come to church if you have been contacted by NHS Test and Trace and told to self-isolate. You must wear a face covering for the whole time you are in the building, unless you are aged under 11. There will be a church steward on hand to welcome you, when you arrive. The steward will make a note that you have arrived and will also ask if you or anyone in your household have a fever, new cough or loss of taste/smell, or if you have been contacted by NHS Test and Trace. We are required to keep a note of everyone who attends for 3 weeks and this will be done in accordance with GDPR (Data Protection). If you would like a copy of how this specifically applies to the measure we have put in place, copies will be available from the steward. After you have been to church if you, or anyone in your household develops a fever, new cough or loss of taste/ smell, or if you are contacted by NHS Test and Trace, please telephone 01753 543097, you should also call NHS 111 for help and advice. More information is available on the 'Coronavirus information for services' page.
Monday 14th June 2021 Weekday activities. Click here for more information
Please note that in line with current U.K. Government advice about Coronavirus some weekday activities are still suspended because of Covid-19 restrictions. More information will be placed on the website when it is available.
Wednesday 16th June 202119:45Bible study. Please click here for essential information
Bible study on Matthew. Please ensure that you read the Covid-19 information below before deciding to attend. Please do not come to the church if you or anyone in your household has a fever, new cough or loss of taste/smell. Do not come to church if you have been contacted by NHS Test and Trace and told to self-isolate. You must wear a face covering for the whole time you are in the building, unless you are aged under 11. There will be a church steward on hand to welcome you, when you arrive. The steward will make a note that you have arrived and will also ask if you or anyone in your household have a fever, new cough or loss of taste/smell, or if you have been contacted by NHS Test and Trace. We are required to keep a note of everyone who attends for 3 weeks and this will be done in accordance with GDPR (Data Protection). If you would like a copy of how this specifically applies to the measure we have put in place, copies will be available from the steward. After you have been to church if you, or anyone in your household develops a fever, new cough or loss of taste/ smell, or if you are contacted by NHS Test and Trace, please telephone 01753 543097, you should also call NHS 111 for help and advice. More information is available on the 'Coronavirus information for services' page.
Sunday 20th June 202110:30Morning service. Please click for essential information.
Led by John Livingston . Theme - 'Faith through works'. Please ensure that you read the Covid-19 information below before deciding to attend. Please do not come to the church if you or anyone in your household has a fever, new cough or loss of taste/smell. Do not come to church if you have been contacted by NHS Test and Trace and told to self-isolate. You must wear a face covering for the whole time you are in the building, unless you are aged under 11. There will be a church steward on hand to welcome you, when you arrive. The steward will make a note that you have arrived and will also ask if you or anyone in your household have a fever, new cough or loss of taste/smell, or if you have been contacted by NHS Test and Trace. We are required to keep a note of everyone who attends for 3 weeks and this will be done in accordance with GDPR (Data Protection). If you would like a copy of how this specifically applies to the measure we have put in place, copies will be available from the steward. After you have been to church if you, or anyone in your household develops a fever, new cough or loss of taste/ smell, or if you are contacted by NHS Test and Trace, please telephone 01753 543097, you should also call NHS 111 for help and advice. More information is available on the 'Coronavirus information for services' page.
Monday 21st June 2021 Weekday activities. Click here for more information
Please note that in line with current U.K. Government advice about Coronavirus some weekday activities are still suspended because of Covid-19 restrictions. More information will be placed on the website when it is available.
Sunday 27th June 202110:30Morning service. Please click for essential information.
Please ensure that you read the Covid-19 information below before deciding to attend. Please do not come to the church if you or anyone in your household has a fever, new cough or loss of taste/smell. Do not come to church if you have been contacted by NHS Test and Trace and told to self-isolate. You must wear a face covering for the whole time you are in the building, unless you are aged under 11. There will be a church steward on hand to welcome you, when you arrive. The steward will make a note that you have arrived and will also ask if you or anyone in your household have a fever, new cough or loss of taste/smell, or if you have been contacted by NHS Test and Trace. We are required to keep a note of everyone who attends for 3 weeks and this will be done in accordance with GDPR (Data Protection). If you would like a copy of how this specifically applies to the measure we have put in place, copies will be available from the steward. After you have been to church if you, or anyone in your household develops a fever, new cough or loss of taste/ smell, or if you are contacted by NHS Test and Trace, please telephone 01753 543097, you should also call NHS 111 for help and advice. More information is available on the 'Coronavirus information for services' page.
Monday 28th June 2021 Weekday activities. Click here for more information
Please note that in line with current U.K. Government advice about Coronavirus some weekday activities are still suspended because of Covid-19 restrictions. More information will be placed on the website when it is available.
Wednesday 30th June 202119:45Bible study. Please click here for essential information
Bible study on Matthew. Please ensure that you read the Covid-19 information below before deciding to attend. Please do not come to the church if you or anyone in your household has a fever, new cough or loss of taste/smell. Do not come to church if you have been contacted by NHS Test and Trace and told to self-isolate. You must wear a face covering for the whole time you are in the building, unless you are aged under 11. There will be a church steward on hand to welcome you, when you arrive. The steward will make a note that you have arrived and will also ask if you or anyone in your household have a fever, new cough or loss of taste/smell, or if you have been contacted by NHS Test and Trace. We are required to keep a note of everyone who attends for 3 weeks and this will be done in accordance with GDPR (Data Protection). If you would like a copy of how this specifically applies to the measure we have put in place, copies will be available from the steward. After you have been to church if you, or anyone in your household develops a fever, new cough or loss of taste/ smell, or if you are contacted by NHS Test and Trace, please telephone 01753 543097, you should also call NHS 111 for help and advice. More information is available on the 'Coronavirus information for services' page.
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