What To Expect

A warm welcome will greet you at the door.

We invite attendees to make their offerings as they come in (a change brought in due to COVID19 restrictions).

Feel free to sit where you wish.

There are a few sections where pews have been removed for those attending using a wheelchair or with a buggy and a level point of entry can be accessed at the side door adjacent to the car park.

A hearing loop system is in place to support those using hearing aids with a ‘T’ setting.

Song words are projected onto a screen so you have your hands free. Points for the sermon and young people’s items are also projected.

You may be invited to stand to sing – but you don’t have too, you can remain sitting if you prefer.

A version of the Lord’s Prayer, which we use in the service as part of our prayers for others, will be projected, but feel free to say whatever version you know.

After the last song we remain standing for the benediction, and we all join in singing a blessing to one another.

If you do not know the songs, don’t worry, join in as you pick them up.

After the service we meet in the hall to share in refreshments and fellowship (tea/coffee and a blether!).

Covid19 has had a big impact on our routines in many parts of our lives. If you feel more comfortable wearing a facemask, feel free to wear one. There are hand sanitising stations at the entry points to the building and we encourage those attending to use them.

Disabled and baby changing facilities are available in the church complex and anyone will be happy to direct you too them if required.