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What happens on a Sunday?

Our Sunday morning meeting starts at 10.30am. After an initial song, the service leader welcomes us all and then we have a time of worship which usually lasts about 30-45 minutes.
What is the worship like?

Our musical style varies greatly from classic hymns written hundreds of years ago to brand new songs and almost everything in between. But it is not just the musicians who contribute to our time of worship together. We welcome offerings of prayers or passages of scripture from any and every member of the congregation (preferably not all at once!). If you feel you have a specific revelation, picture or word from God which will encourage and build up the church, please speak to the service leader who will make an opportunity for those to be shared.

Picture of keyboard Picture of guitar Picture of clarinet Picture of violin

During our worship each week we share communion.  This is when we remember the events of the 'Last Supper' when Jesus gave the bread and wine to his disciples saying that they represented His body and His blood.

The bread and wine are on a table at the front; the congregation go up in family or friendship groups to share it. During this time the band play more meditative worship songs and there is an opportunity to receive prayer for any needs you may have.
Notices and FrogSquad
After the worship we have our notices and the children go out to FrogSquad and Creche.  The children can stay in the service but we find they have more fun and learn more in their own groups.
After the children have left for their groups we have our teaching which is based on a passage of scripture from the Bible.  The talk usually lasts about 30 minutes.  For more details about the kind of subjects we learn about, go to services.  
Coffee and Tea
After the talk we may have a further song and then everyone is invited to stay for coffee, tea and biscuits. This gives us all a chance to chat and catch up with friends.


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