ActivitiesYou are very welcome to attend any of our meetings.
Bible hourSundays at 6 pm. A time for discovering what the Bible says. An hour-long open meeting when basic Bible topics are considered.
See details on right.
Memorial serviceSundays at 11 am. Baptised members meet to take bread and wine in memory of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
This is a time to reflect on what Jesus has achieved for us and to rededicate
ourselves to his service.
Sunday School and Study GroupSundays at 9.15 am during term time. For children aged between 4 and 18 years.
We meet every Sunday morning during term time for an hour of active learning about God, Jesus, the Bible and the best way of life. Children enjoy all sorts of stories, puzzles and handicrafts in small groups with others of the same age. As well as the regular weekly activities, we also organise a programme of special seasonal events throughout the year.
We do not charge for these activities because we believe that it is vital to
give our young people the highest form of education possible – with the greatest
benefits. We offer a safe environment where children can relax, learn and enjoy
Bible ClassWednesdays at 7.45 pm. At our Bible class we study and informally discuss a range of Biblical subjects.
Bible Reading GroupMondays at 7.30 pm. An opportunity to read and discuss the Bible together. Usually we concentrate on one book of the Bible for a few weeks.
"Learn to read the Bible for yourself" SeminarsThese are held at various times and places, and aim to help people to start reading the Bible for themselves.
Bible hour topics
|2||History proves the Bible true|
|16||Where does evil come from?|
|23||CHRISTMAS SERVICE AT 2.30|
|30||Angels: what they do|
|6||New year, new beginning|
|13||Travels with Paul the apostle|
|20||What the Bible has to say about Democracy|
|27||In God’s hands|
|3||Fake news, real news|
|24||A formula for personal renewal (Colossians)|
|3||The Bread of Life|
|10||The resurrection of Jesus: fact or fiction?|
|17||Things Jesus said that are still so important|
|31||Mindfulness: a Christian perspective|
|7||The human hear|
|14||Pathways to spiritual growth|