Anyone can join the church for Sunday service.
All we ask is that you have an open heart and an open mind.
Laughing at the ministers jokes is optional.
How to Attend
What to Expect
When you come to Church you will be greeted by friendly Elderswho will guide you and answer any questions you have.
What to wear
Wear what is comfortable; the days of having a ‘Sunday Best Outfit’ are long gone.
Where to sit
If you sit in the ministers seat he will expect you to take the rest of the service, out with that it’s best to sit where you can see.
Usually we stand to sing hymns but no one will mind you remaining seated.
Children join us at the start of the service for an age-appropriate message.
The readings are taken from the Bible.
The sermon is a message helping to explain how the Bible reading is relevant for today.
There is an collection which goes towards the work of the church. This is optional. In fact we would encourage visitors not to give, because you are our guests.
Tea and Coffee. Please feel free to stay behind after the service and meet up with some of the other worshippers.
The church is accessible by wheelchair and some of the seats have been removed from the inner church so that wheelchair users can sit conveniently with the rest of the congregation.
Becoming a member of the Church
If you want to become a member of the church then please see the minister who will guide you through the membership classes..
God’s love and blessings, are for all people, no matter their age, ethnicity or sexuality. If you wish to be baptised, or which your child to be baptised, then please contact the minister.
Communion is a celebration where we shares in the break bread and share wine to remind ourselves of the life and sacrifice of Jesus Christ. The church has four formal communions a year.
You do not need to be a member of the church to share in the communion.