Visiting a new church can be a daunting experience, especially if you are new to the area or are attending a church service for the first time. We hope that the following information will help you get an insight into our church so that you will feel more comfortable when you visit. If you have any further questions, please feel free to ask.
What happens during your servce?
Our service starts at 10.30am with our doors open from 10am.
During the service we have some crb cleared volunteers who are available to supervise and provide Biblical teachings for children who would like to leave the service.
There is then a time of teaching for the adults.
On the first Sunday of each month there is a communion service during the morning meeting.
After the service refreshments will be available and we generally stay around till 12 noon for a chat.
The front door has easier access for children, push-chairs and wheelchairs with a ramp access from the path to the door.
We have disabled persons facilities on the ground floor .
For the hard of hearing there is a ‘loop’ system in the main church building which is used during the service.
Where Can I Park?
We do not have on-site parking, but there are a number of free on-street parking spaces around the church and several pay and display car parks near-by.
What Happens when I Arrive?
There are two doors open on a Sunday morning – the front door and side door on Regent Street. The front door has easier access for children, push-chairs and wheelchairs. There will be someone to greet you and direct you into the service.
Do you have Baby-changing facilities?
We have baby changing facilities available in one areas within the church.
Where Do I Sit?
You may sit wherever you feel most comfortable.
Are there Bibles Available?
There are Bibles in for your use. Also the Bible readings are usually projected onto the big screen.
Is there a Dress-code?
No. Come as you wish! Though please remember the church does have young children and that adult and vulgar imagery and text on t-shirts, etc would not be appropriate.