Worship is a feast – join us if you’re hungry (and afterwards, there’s usually cake)
Our Sunday morning meeting is a time when the whole church family gathers to praise God, hear His word, and encounter His living presence.
Our meetings usually have three parts:
A time of worship in which people actively participate – praying out loud, and sharing songs, testimonies and inspired messages. But when you come feel free to just hang out with us and take it all in.
A time for family news about what’s coming up in the life of the church. At this point, the children are taken to their groups.
After a 5 or 10 minute break there is normally a Bible-based talk, which we expect to be relevant, encouraging and challenging. Our talks are recorded, and are available on our talks page.
Join us on Sunday at 10.30am
We make sure we are done by 12.15pm but we love it when people stay around afterwards for refreshments and catch up, and, of course, to ask any questions you may have. If it’s your first time, someone from our welcome team will be there to help and give you any information you may need.
Thirst: Our Sunday evening time of worship and prayer
We’re living on purpose.
We’re loving regardless.
We’re following Jesus with all that we are.
If you’re still thirsty for more of God’s presence, on most Sunday evenings we hold a “Thirst” meeting at Jago House. Here we join to seek God, and His good purposes for us, in an open time of worship and prayer. Check our events page for more details of when we’re meeting.