This occurs on the first Monday each month. From 7:30pm there is coffee and refreshments. From 8pm we pray about matters of concern to our Church family. This is the most important meeting of the month, so our Home Groups do not meet during a week that has a Prayer Meeting. People often find that it is once they start coming to the Prayer Meeting they really feel the Church family is their Church family. You don’t have to pray out loud if you don’t want to, though over time people usually find they grow in confidence and enjoy praying with people they get to know.
Children & Youth
Our Sunday Club Team run classes during the 10am Sunday Service for primary school children. They meet in age specific classes to learn about God in fun ways suitable for their ages. There are occasional family services where we all join together.
If parents find it helpful there is a creche for younger children.
Teenagers meet together with our Youth Worker to learn about the passage being taught in the main service. We aim to help teenagers learn to love and value church as the place where they can serve and be built up in their knowledge of God.
Some of the teenagers were asked what they enjoy about the youth ministry:
Marcos : "Everything, we get taught very well and we get food :D"
Emilie : "They are funny, interactive and tasty but most importantly they teach us how to grow with God."
Oliver : "Laurent teaches better than Batman."
Lucia : "I enjoy all the things that we do."
Our Parent & Toddler group is called SMarks and meets on Thursdays 10-11:30am, in the Church Hall. There is a £1 charge per family.
There is a regular programme of events for women, including a Home Group on Monday mornings, for young mothers which includes a creche.
There is a regular programme of events for men, aiming to help us get to know each other better and to serve together.
We have a team of people able to support you through any difficulties and struggles you may be facing. We are always keen to help people seek God in difficult as well as good times. The best first step is to visit a Sunday Service. Or contact the Church Office if you would like to be put in touch with somebody.