We know that going to church for the first time, even if you have been to other churches, can be nerve-wracking. We want to make sure you enjoy your time with us.
Before you visit you can:
- find out more about the types of services we run on Sundays and the times they start.
- listen to one of our previous services.
- if you have children, find out more about the kind of activities that we run for young people and children on Sundays, outside the main service, while it is taking place
- find out where we are and how to get here.
Feel free to just turn up, for either our main Sunday service at 10:30am or our Sunday Break service at 5pm.
What happens if you have children and want to come to our 10:30am service?
If you have a child over 2 years old, they are very welcome to join in the relevant activity group which we run for children aged between 2 and 14 years during the main service. Come to the ‘Welcome Area’ which is the area of the church, accessed by our side door entrance on the left-hand side as you face the church. One of our team is always available in the Welcome Area on a Sunday, and he/she will direct you and your child to the right group for them. The children are then accompanied back into the service, when refreshments are served towards the end of the service (around 11:30 am). They will then join you, and you can enjoy the last part of family worship together. Our service normally finishes around 12 noon.
If your child is under 2, you are very welcome to enjoy the service with your little one, we also have a family room at the rear of the church which has toys and is sound-proofed, but you can hear the service through speakers.
Any questions? If you have any other questions about bringing your family to church for the first time, please contact Glenis Ruston, our Minister for Children, Families and Young People.
We have a disabled toilet at the rear of the main church near the front entrance. You can also find a baby change facility here. At the main front entrance, there is also a ramp to help wheelchair users or people with pushchairs. More toilets are available in the Welcome Area which is the area between the church and the church hall and there is a side entrance here.
All our ‘words’ from our services are projected onto the screen. If you find these difficult to read, please let someone from our Welcome Team know (who are the people that greet you at the main entrance) as we have large print service sheets available for people with sight problems.
If you have any questions, about access, or coming for the first time please Contact Us