Worship Services

As a church, one of the most important aspects of our life together is gathering to worship.

Please keep reading for details about the different services we have available at the moment.

If you have any questions or would like to get in touch before joining us, please don't hesitate to get in touch.

Morning Service

Upcoming Services

July 21, 2024
July 28, 2024

Morning Service

Our weekly morning service is held each Sunday at our chapel in Little Knowle.

The service starts at 10.30am and usually lasts for 60-90mins. It includes a mixture of worship (using older hymns and newer songs), prayer, Bible reading, teaching and more. After the service we usually serve refreshments.

Children are very welcome, and please don't worry about any noise they might make. Most weeks we run Sunday Club - exploring faith through stories, games and craft. Children are also welcome to stay in the main service if they'd prefer. On weeks when we can't run a separate group, activities and toys will be provided.

You don't need to wear anything special, and don't worry about knowing what to do - we'll explain everything!

All the words for the hymns and prayers will be projected on the screen. If you need large print words or have any other accessibility needs, please get in touch.

For any who aren't able to join us on-site, you can also participate in the service online via Zoom or by phone. Please get in touch if you'd like the details.

The readings and message from the service will usually also be made available afterwards on Youtube.

Praying for the World

Splash - All Age Service

Once a month we hold Splash! - our all-age service.

This service starts at 10.30am in the chapel as normal. It is aimed at the whole family, and includes songs, games, stories, craft, drama and much more. Everyone is very welcome!

For more details and news about upcoming Splash! services, please click here.

Splash Logo

Prayer & Praise

Prayer & Praise is a monthly evening service starting at 6pm, usually held on the third Sunday of each month.

It is a more informal and less structured time of prayer, worship and Bible reading together, which often includes silence as well as the chance to share particular prayer needs.

Hand raised in worship