Sunday services have started again. They will last for 30 – 45 minutes and seating is restricted. People should wear face masks and we cannot meet nor serve drinks after the service. The forecourt is large enough for small groups to talk after the service at a safe distance.
Because of COVID-19 we have had to cancel all social events although the church and halls are available for hire under the latest restrictions. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday 10.45 a.m.
A 30 – 45 minute service, usually along traditional lines. Everyone is welcome, whatever their background.
Communion cannot take place at present. The preachers for the month are listed at the bottom of this page. There no Wednesday services at present.
Wednesday at 9.45 a.m. The Wednesday service is short and has a strong element of prayer for concerns in the wider world but more particularly for people known to us. It is led by a variety of people who introduce a wide range of scripture based or wisdom based topics.
We are without a minister at the moment but services are ably led either by visiting preachers or by our own trained lay preachers.
Services are generally fairly traditional but informal. Sometimes we do something different but try to keep within people’s comfort zones.
Both of our services are followed by coffee in the hall to which anyone is very welcome.
Service Leaders for the next few weeks
The Sunday service at 10.45am on 6th June will be led by Revd. David Cornick, a regular visiting minister.
The Sunday service at 10.45am on 13th June will be led by Revd. Martin Camroux, a regular visiting minister.
The Sunday service at 10.45am on 20th June will be led by Margaret Beatty, one of our experienced lay-preachers.
The Sunday service at 10.45 on 27th June will be led by Revd. Paul Whittle, a recent moderator of our synod.
The Sunday service at 10.45am on 4th July will be led by Gwynneth Tilley, one of our experienced lay-preachers.