We are a fellowship of committed Christians who want to share our faith with other people. We'd love to see you at any of our activities - take a look below to find out what we're up to this month. You can listen to recent services. Or, if you'd like to have a chat with someone or would like more information, get in touch with us via the Contact Us page.


Bible Study

We’re having a break from our study of Romans to look at some of the episodes of the Easter narrative in the Gospels.  Last month we saw how Jesus is both a king and a servant:  on Palm Sunday He revealed Himself as a King coming to His people in humility and not as a warrior;  at the Last Supper he demonstrated that he was a servant as well as a Lord and teacher.  

In our studies this month we’ll see something of what it cost Jesus to be our Saviour, as we look at some of the events of the day we know as ‘Good Friday’.

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We run the following weekly services and meetings:
  • Breaking of Bread 10:00am - 11:00am on Sundays
    At the Last Supper, just before He was crucified, Jesus asked His followers to share bread and wine, representing His body and blood, in memory of Him in His death. At the 'breaking of bread', or 'communion', committed Christians obey Jesus's request and join together to worship Him.
  • Afternoon Service 4:30pm - 5:15pm on Sundays
    A service of hymns/songs, prayers and a talk based on a Bible theme or passage lasts about three quarters of an hour and is followed by a cup of tea and a more informal time of fellowship. You can listen to recordings of previous services here.
  • Bible Study (House Group) and Prayer Meeting 7:00pm - 8:15pm on Wednesdays
    We discuss a passage from the Bible and think about how God is speaking to us through it. Note that this month there is no Bible Study on Wednesday 24th April.

Last Month

Easter egg decorating

Some examples of the creativity displayed at our Easter egg decorating activity.

This Month

Here's what's happening this month:

  • April: services as above
    Please note changes to Bible Study evenings


Thought for the Month

A New Kind of Life

‘Oh to be in England, now that April’s there’, famously wrote Robert Browning in his poem Home Thoughts from Abroad.  Nostalgically, he remembered how the trees began to green and how the birds sang in the orchards.  He could have remembered too how life springs from apparently dead bulbs and lifeless roots, in response to warmth and light.  We think of spring as a time when new life appears and we give chocolate eggs as a symbol of life and resurrection.

Of course, Jesus’s resurrection is a completely different kind of new life from what we experience in the cycle of the seasons.  A daffodil bulb, planted in November, may look completely dead, but it’s merely dormant.  For months trees may show no sign of life, but they’re just resting.  The soldiers who crucified Jesus knew that He was truly dead.  So did those who buried Him, and so did the disciples, who couldn’t understand how their hopes and dreams could have come to such a tragic conclusion.  

But when Jesus was raised to life that spring 2000 years ago, the disciples recognised that someone who had died was now alive again for ever.  They saw and heard Him, they ate with Him and they enjoyed His company.  Before He ascended back to heaven, He made them an important promise, which is a promise for us too:  ‘Surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age’ (Matthew 28:20).  The living Jesus is always with us and nothing can separate us from His love – ‘neither life nor death, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation . . .’ (Romans 8:38-9).