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Services and events

Services are held each Sunday morning at 11am at the Church - scroll down for further details

"Now when Daniel learned that the decree had been published, he went home to his upstairs room where the windows opened towards Jerusalem.  Three times a day he got down on his knees and prayed giving thanks to his God, just as he had done before"
Daniel 6:10 

Daniel was a very old man who trusted God absolutely.  The decree mentioned above

was that no one was to pray to anyone except the king for the next month on penalty of death in the den of lions.  We know the end of the story!  How will we, as believers, react in an increasingly anti-christian society?  The phrase 'dare to be a Daniel' comes to mind.  We will have to make a choice! 

When we experience troubles and difficulties in our lives it is easy to sink in the waves of our experience.  That is not the way God wants us to handle these tough times.  The Spirit of God, in the words of holy Scripture tells us to "Look up!. Hard as it may be, there is much value in singing a song of praise in the midst of the heartache.  Find a short chorus that sets the Lord upon His throne and use it to fight back when you feel down and defeated!.  The Lord Jesus IS coming!

Jesus said "I tell you the truth, no-one can see the kingdom of God unless he is born again"
                                          John 3:3 (NIV)
Jesus did not give Nicodemus a choice.  There is only one way to see the kingdom of God


God of Mercy we pray for the people of Turkey and Syria following the rece
nt earthquakes.  We mourn the death and destruction and pray for those who have died and those who grieve.
Lord, bring them comfort, strength and renewed hope.  Sustain and guide all those responding to this disaster. Bring courage to those in Syria whose country has already been devastated by war, let your arms enfold them and bring them comfort. Inspire their leaders to unite in solidarity, acting swiftly so that help may reach all who need it.
In the name of Jesus.

Lord Jesus.  You came that the world might know the peace that You have experienced with the Father eternally.  Yet, you taught us that in this lifetime there will be wars and rumours of wars.  Nations will rise against nations as violence works itself out in the world. However, through You, the world may be saved. O Lord send Your spirit into the hearts of all men, that the world might know true peace through Your abundant mercy. We pray for all the leaders of the world to govern rightly.  Let all the presidents, governors and prime ministers carry out their duties according to Your leadership.  Give them wisdom to lead the world according to Your will.  We pray that You direct all leaders to make the best decisions for the world.

In the name of Jesus.


We have such a wealth of treasure in God's Word, the scriptures. Everything we could ever need is provided for us."

*Afternoon SERVICE AT 4 PM (Followed by afternoon tea)
  12th March

The monthly gift for March is for the Leprosy Mission.  They are described as a global Christian organisation leading the fight against leprosy, which is still a devastating disease affecting millions of people worldwide.

Sunday 5th March

11am Morning Service

Led by  Mrs Eileen Beer

Speaker: Mrs Mary Burgess

Tuesday 7th March

Cake, Coffee and Chat

10.30 am at Church

Sunday 12th March

11am Morning Service- Communion

Led by Mrs Isabel Manning

Speaker: Mr David Hillman

4.00 pm Afternoon Service

Mr Chris Tucker

Followed by Buffet Tea

Tuesday 14th March

10.30 am Bible Study at church

Sunday 19th March

11am Morning Service

Led by  Mr David Hillman

Speaker: Mrs Isabel Manning

6.30pm Joint Service


Tuesday 2lst  March

10.30 am Bible at church 

With Communion

Sunday 26th March

11am Morning Service/Communion

Led by Mrs Mary Burgess

Speaker: Mrs Isabel Manning

Tuesday 28th March

10.30am Bible Study at church


Bible Studies

In our studies, we all share equally in reading the chosen passage of Scripture and discussing what it means in its historic setting as well as its relevance to us as 21st Century believers in Jesus.


We are continually amazed at the richness of God's Word and how it relates to our situation.​

You can see what we are currently studying and learn more on our Bible Groups page here.

Coffee with Macaroons
Coffee, Cake and Chat at Church


​10.30am-12 midday

The first Tuesday of every month  

Come and enjoy tea/coffee and cake and join us for an

informal chat, meet new people, exchange news and ideas.


Jesus told his disciples to remember Him and his sacrifice every time they shared bread and wine together.

We do as He told them on the second and fourth Sundays of each month, as an integral part of our Morning Service.

All who love the Lord Jesus and know Him as Saviour are welcome to join us in this simple meal.


Please get in touch to register your interest.

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