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I am new.

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You are so welcome!

If there is anything we can do to serve you we'd love to help, please get in touch, we would love to hear from you! Drop us an email at:

Here are some ways you might find help you to connect with us:

Join us on a Sunday.

This is often a very helpful place to start in connecting with us.

We have two services on a Sunday – 10.30am and 5pm. You can find out more about those by clicking here.


Our time together usually includes sung worship, prayer, news, communion, a short reflection on a passage or topic from the Bible, and a recent story of what God has been doing. There's also opportunity to interact with others and spend time with the church family. For more details of what to expect when you join us on a Sunday, click here.

Click here for details of how to find us.

Join us mid-week.

We have a selection of smaller groups that meet mid-week for a variety of activities, including our weekly City Groups where small groups of people get together either online or in-person to hang out together around a shared activity or discussion topic. Click here for details of our current groups.

Get weekly updates.

Sign up to The Newsletter for a weekly email which contains a variety of information that could be anything from extra content related to the preaching; details of events coming up, both among us and in our wider church family; and inspirational "Thought for the day"-type content. You can sign up to receive The Newsletter here.

Explore becoming a member.

We run a membership course roughly once a term. This is an opportunity to meet some of the team, find out about our vision and values, ask any questions you might have and consider whether you'd like to become a member. Click here for more details.

Explore our other resources.

There's various other content from us available via this website. For example, you can check out our recording archive (which has previous sermons, interviews with some of our members, and theology chats) and/or dance around your living room to worship songs recorded by some of our band members.

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