Meetings

Sunday 11.00 am and 6.30 pm: We meet for worship, where the main focus is on the preaching of God’s word. After our services we have refreshments, where everyone is welcome to stay for a cup of tea or coffee and a chat.

Wednesday 7.45 pm: We meet for a time of prayer and Bible study. We begin with Bible study, after which we spend time in prayer. We pray for matters connected to the fellowship and then we also pray for one of the missionary societies or missionary endeavours we support as a fellowship. We support:

Communion Services: We celebrate Communion before the morning service at 10.00 am on the first Lord’s day of each month. On the third Lord’s day, we celebrate it at 5.45 pm before the evening service. Where there are five Sundays in any given month, we also have Communion at 7.45 pm on the Wednesday preceding the fifth Sunday instead of our normal Bible study.

Christianity Explored Courses

The course is based on Mark’s gospel and uses a mix of study DVD and discussion. The atmosphere is relaxed, folk are encouraged to join in and ask questions as they arise.

The aim of the course is to lead to an understanding of who Jesus Christ is, the life he led, why he died, and how eternal life comes only through him.

Contact us for information & to join the next course.

Fellowship Meetings

Bible Study: On alternate Thursday mornings, members and friends of the fellowship meet for a time of informal Bible study together at the home of one of the members. The group decides what to study – they may choose to work through a book of the Bible, or to study different aspects of the Christian faith. For more details contact us.  

CAMEO (Come And Meet Each Other) This is our ladies’ group, which meets on alternate Tuesday evenings in the church lounge at 7.30 pm. At the meetings we sometimes invite a speaker, or we have a fun activity together. We end each meeting with a short devotional word followed by light refreshments. Here is the programme for the coming months:

17th January – “Quiz Evening”

31st January – “Israel” – Barbara Brown

14th February – Barry Cunningham

28th February – “Film Evening” – Jim Walton

14th March – “Well Dressing” – Open Air Mission

28th March – “Albania” – Trevor Baker

11th April – “Sri Lanka – Evangelical Fellowship of Churches”

25th April – Julian Hurst

9th May – James Fraser Biography

23rd May – Stuart Hart

6th June – Outing at 7.00pm

20th June – Meal at 7.00pm

Children’s & Youth Meetings

Honeypot Tots is our parents & toddlers group, which meets every Friday during term-time from 1.20pm till 3.20pm. Wall-to-wall children! Lots of bright toys for the little ones, refreshments for everyone and a chance to get to know some of our church members.


This is available for children on Sunday mornings during the morning service.

Thursday Club is our weekly meeting for 5-11 year olds and meets every Thursday during term-time from 6-7pm. Singing, Bible story, memory verse, games and a quiz!

Sonshine Club

The Sonshine Club is our summer holiday Bible club for 5-11 year olds (under-5’s can come too, but they must be accompanied by a responsible adult).

There are a wide variety of activities every day:- Songs, Outdoor Games, Bible Stories, Craft, Quizzes, Bible Verses To Learn

In fine weather the older children play outdoor games on the fields at the bottom of Ivy Green Road (they are accompanied by adults and supervised at all times), while the younger children stay at the church for less boisterous games. However, in wet weather they all stay and play indoors.

Following the games, the children will be told a story from the Bible. Each year we select a theme for the week and the Bible stories through the week will follow this theme. They may be stories about the life of Jesus or another Bible character like Joseph, Esther or King David.

The story is followed each day by craft activities and the children can always take whatever they have made home with them at the end of the programme.

During the afternoon we will also sing choruses and teach the children a verse from the Bible. The day then ends with a boys vs. girls quiz based on the story the children heard earlier in the programme.

Parents are welcome to stay and help and to get to know the church members. We are keen to talk about our faith and to share what we believe about the Lord Jesus Christ.

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