Services

Lord's Day (Sunday)

10.00am Morning Service

Current series: The Book of Revelation

The apostle John, exiled on the Isle of Patmos, was given  'The revelation of Jesus Christ' (Chapter 1verse 1.)    However, to many people  the last book of the Bible is clouded in mystery rather than being a revelation!  The visions and mysterious symbols leave them confused rather than enlightened.

​On Sunday mornings we shall be looking at how this book sets before us the Risen, Glorified, Reigning Son of God. If you have ever asked the question 'Where is God?' and 'What is He doing in this world?' Join with us as we keep to the books main objective to reveal Jesus Christ and his purposes for his people for this world.​

We look forward to seeing you!


5.30pm Gospel Service

Current series: Gospel of Matthew


Matthew's Gospel is known as 'The Gospel of the Kingdom'.  But what kind of a King is born of a virgin peasant girl and is finally executed upon a Roman Cross? The answer, surprisingly, is the King of Kings, God's Son, the Saviour of the world. Join with us on Sunday evenings as the greatest of all rescue stories is revealed in the Gospel (the good news) according to  Matthew.​

Fellowship Meal

On the third Sunday of every month we meet in the Church Hall for lunch following the morning service. All are welcome to join with us.

Thursday

7.30pm Bible Study and
Prayer Meeting

Current series: THE BOOK OF RUTH: MORE THAN A LOVE STORY

Days as spiritually and morally dark as ours may cause Christians to ask 'Where is God?'  The Book of Ruth was written in the dark days of the Judges when 'everyone did what was right in his own eyes' (Judges 21:25)  Yet God was at work, bringing His glorious purposes to pass. Ruth is brought from Moab into the covenant community of God's people from whom the Messiah, Jesus Christ, would come.

​You are invited to join us as we trace the drama of redemption!​

All are welcome to join with us for Bible study and prayer.
 

Mission

We support several Missionary Societies and we invite visiting speakers on a regular basis to keep us informed about the work.

Please see "Coming Up" for details of these meetings.