The Services.

Meeting together for worship, communion, prayer, chat and more!

In-person services.

On Sunday March 14th we began a phased introduction of in-person services.


We're currently on Phase 2, which will last until 16th May. We will hold a service at Brickfields from 7.30pm-8.30pm which will contain worship, a different sermon from the morning, communion, and prayer.


For more information and to book your seat, click the button below.


The online service.

Every Sunday we send out an email with details of our Sunday morning time online together (using Zoom).


Our Sunday timings are currently:

  • 9.30am-10.10am – Citykids session

  • 9.45am – Morning prayer

And then, for all the family:

  • 10.15am – All together for worship, a short sermon, communion, prayer and any updates

  • 11.15am-1pm – chance to chat in small groups

If you'd like to join us for any or all of this, click here to fill in the form to be added to the email distribution list. You will also receive one additional email mid-week with some additional resources for you to use to help keep connected.

What to expect from our Sunday meetings:


"Shout for joy to the Lord, all the earth.
Worship the Lord with gladness;
come before him with joyful songs."

Psalm 100: 1-2

In every culture, music and singing is used to celebrate and express happiness and jubilation. As we learn to meet online we may try various ways of doing this but often it is as simple as being lead in a few songs by someone with a guitar or piano sitting at home.

Learning together.

We are committed to reading and understanding the Bible together. We listen to a talk that unpacks the words of the Bible in order to help us follow Jesus and apply his message to our lives. We keep this short in order to make our Sunday meetings as accessible as possible for all ages, and also provide additional content for anyone who wants to dig deeper to listen to at their leisure.


And he took bread, gave thanks, broke it, gave it to them, and said, “This is my body, which is given for you. Do this in remembrance of me.” In the same way he also took the cup after supper and said, “This cup is the new covenant in my blood, which is poured out for you." 
Luke 22:19-20

Jesus taught us to remember his death by eating bread and drinking wine, representing his body and blood. We call this simple meal communion. Every Sunday we eat this meal as we remember Jesus’ death and resurrection and look forward to the day he returns. You can participate in this by having some bread and a drink (wine or juice) ready before you join the call.


"Therefore encourage one another and build each other up…"
1 Thessalonians 5:11

Please don’t feel the need to rush off at the end – we would like to get to know you.

At the end of each service in the building, we would drink tea or coffee and eat biscuits. This is an important part of belonging to a church community. We look out for each other and make new friends. Instead, while we're meeting together on Zoom, we do this by creating break-out rooms in Zoom where you can talk to others and get to know a variety of other folk who are also attending our meetings.