Sunday Morning

Sunday Morning

What to Expect on Sunday Morning

Who is welcome? You are! We welcome everyone, regardless of age, gender, disability, race,  sexual orientation,  or anything else that some people might want to think of as excluding anyone.

The Service: Our worship will vary a bit from Sunday to Sunday. However, there will always be songs and prayers. There will also be a “Kids’ Slot” and a longer talk. We usually celebrate Communion on the third Sunday of each month.  Services are timed to finish at or a little before 12.00 noon. Having said all that, we are flexible.

If you want to get a feel of how our sung worship might go, you can listen to a sample via the player below. The excerpt lasts about 13-14 minutes. We apologise that our microphones are not geared to pick up sound from the congregation, so you will have to imagine that there were about 120 people singing on the Sunday in question. What we hope you will get, without too much imagination, is the deep and heart-felt sense of worshipping God with our voices.

Rock Solid:  “Rock Solid” is our youth church. Children stay with the adults for about the first half hour of the Service and then leave the main worship area for their own  sessions.  There they will read the Bible, draw, talk, make things – whatever. We also have a well-used young children’s corner in the worship area. Expect to find at least a couple of dozen children involved on a Sunday morning.

Music: Modern songs predominate, although we include some more traditional hymns.  You will almost certainly find a keyboard in use, along with a guitar, bass guitar and drums – or, at least, some of them.  There will be a music leader and two or three other singers ‘up front’ and using mics. All the words are projected on to a central screen and separate monitors at the sides of the worship area.

After Worship: We serve light refreshments in the entrance Foyer and in the Conservatory. Chatting over a fairly traded cuppa is a great way to ask questions and  to get to know each other better. Most people do hang around, rather than rushing off. We hope you will hang out too.

Dress Code: Although you might see some folks wearing their ‘Sunday-Best’, we have no dress code. Jeans and a tee-shirt work just as well as a suit  or jacket – and they are more common.