All church events suspended

We have made the tough decision to suspend all of our regular meetings and activities at least for the next four weeks, in response to the coronavirus guidance from the government. This includes all the following events:

  • Ladies Social (19 March)
  • Sunday Services (22 & 29 March, 5 & 12 April)
  • Prayer & Praise (22 March)
  • Growth Groups (24, 25 & 26 March)
  • Early Morning Prayer (4 April)
  • Good Friday Lunch (10 April)
  • Ladies Bible Study
  • Stay & Play

We want to ensure the safety of our church family, and anyone we come into contact with, so avoiding meeting together is a wise decision at the moment. We will continue to assess the situation, and follow official guidance from the government, so do keep checking here for further updates.

Easter – YouTube Live

We had planned to have a special Easter service, but as we’re no longer meeting together on Sundays, we will instead turn to YouTube! Our pastor, Dan, will go live on YouTube on Sunday 12 April, 10:30am to share a message about why we celebrate Easter.

You can watch from the comfort of your own home and comment or ask questions if you life. Dan will do his best to interact with anyone watching while he speaks.

Subscribe to our YouTube channel, and click the bell (select ‘All’), to get a notification of when we’re going live. Well also post the link here, so keep an eye on our website if you prefer.

We’ve also added some Easter resources to help you explore the message of hope that we celebrate at this time of year.

Stream Online

Dan is doing an online message every Sunday at 10:30am, using YouTube Live. Please subscribe to our YouTube channel (see instructions above) or come back here on Sunday morning for a video link.

We also have a number of recorded messages that you can listen to at any time on our sermons page.

Need help?

We appreciate that this can be a very lonely and worrying time for people, so if you need help – with food shopping or errands, prayer or financial support – please contact and we’ll do our very best to help you.

We are a church family, living in community, and loving our neighbours. To the best of our ability, even though we are not physically meeting, we want to continue to be a supportive and approachable family.

You can also follow us on Facebook to be part of our online community.