Our teaching is always Bible based but we are far from having a literalist acceptance of scripture. We seek the truth that the Bible reveals within its words rather than merely attempt to make a religion of the words themselves. Our emphasis is on realising the Christ within every human and living a life that respects and rejoices in that truth.
The congregation represents fifteen countries in origin and is widely spread over age and gender. It also demonstrates a large diversity of religious background. Few are life-long Anglicans. Most are Roman Catholic, Adventist, Methodist and Baptist. It is apparent that this congregation is deeply spiritually sensitive and seeks to enhance that experience of their spirit guiding their life.
The church is ready for worship at 10.30 a.m. on Sunday. Following ten minutes of quiet preparation, communal worship is based on a typical Church of England structure.
At our communion services, we share bread and wine and have always welcomed everyone from other churches. The church is currently in an interregnum, so we welcome a variety of visiting clergy to conduct our communion services
We love to sing and have lots of hymns.
The church remains open for some time after the end of the morning service for those who wish to pray.
10.30 am – 10 mins of Personal Prayer
10.40 am – Morning Worship
On the first and third Sunday of each month we usually have a service of Holy Communion and on the fifth Sunday when there is a 5th in the month
On the second and fourth Sunday of each month we usually have a service of Morning Prayer.
7.30pm Prayer Meeting
The mid-week prayer meeting on Wednesday's at 7:30pm in the church.
All are welcome.
It will include time for prayer, other than that we have no fixed format of the meeting so please come along to help shape it and share your ideas.
If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.