How do I find the church?
There’s a map and directions here

Is there a car park?
The church has a car park with disabled parking beside the entrance, and there is a public car park (2-hour limit) at the shops opposite. Roadside parking is restricted Monday-Saturday but available on Sundays.

How do I get into the building?
During service times and week-day mornings while the Café is open, the main doors are unlocked. During meetings and events outside these times a coded entry system is in operation. It is easy to use; instructions are posted at the main door.

When can I come to a service?
Regular services are every Sunday at 10:30am.  Christmas, Easter and other special services will be announced on this website.

On the second Sunday of each month there is an informal service at 3:30pm followed by tea.

What should I wear?
Anything from your best suit or posh frock to jeans and tees – whatever makes you feel relaxed and comfortable.

What happens when I arrive?
We have a nice big foyer known as the Welcome Hall. You will normally find people around ready to give you a friendly greeting and answer any questions you have. You will be given the weekly newsletter and, if needed that day, any books for the service as you go into the church. Normally the words of all the songs and hymns are projected onto a big screen.

What other facillities are there?
Large print hymn books and service books are available on request from the stewards at the door and there is a hearing aid loop in the church.

Where do I sit?
Wherever you like; there would only be reserved seats, which would be marked, in the front rows for special services such as baptisms, weddings and funerals. There are a couple of places suitable for wheelchairs which would be indicated by the welcome team.

How long does the service last?
Normally around an hour.

Will there be a money collection?
Yes, we collect money during the service which goes towards the running costs of the church and its work. Money is collected in bags which are passed along the rows. We don’t expect guests to contribute; when the bag comes to you just pass it to the next person. You will see many people doing the same as some pay through their bank and some pay monthly.
On the last Sunday of each month the young people go round the congregation collecting our loose change in buckets. This money goes into the Church Development Fund.

Will there be many hymns?
There are usually about five hymns during a service and we stand up to sing. We do understand that hymn-singing can be a problem when people aren't very used to it, so no-one would mind if you didn't sing along and you can stay sitting down if you'd rather and just follow the words on the screen.

Are there facilities for children?
The King’s Kids corner in the church is where families with small children and babies can sit with books and some activities for the children. There is also a children’s area in the Welcome Hall where some parents and carers with particularly lively little ones feel more comfortable. There is a loudspeaker relaying the service into the Welcome Hall. Two groups, King’s Kids for 3-9 year-olds and King’s Teens for 10-16 year-olds, meet in their own rooms during the service.

What happens at a Communion Service?
Holy Communion, also known as The Lord’s Supper, is normally celebrated on the first Sunday of the month and everyone is welcome to join in.  Bread and non-alcoholic wine are served as reminders of Jesus’ death and resurrection. Stewards will indicate to everyone when to go forward. If you don’t want to take the bread and wine but would like to come forward for a blessing, just keep your hands down at your sides to let the servers know. If you prefer to stay in your seat that’s perfectly fine – there will be others doing the same.

Will there be refreshments?
Tea, coffee, squash and biscuits (cake sometimes!) are served in the Welcome Hall after services so that people can enjoy a chat before going home.