We're so excited to be able to meet together again as a church family.

Why not join us in person at our morning service at 10am?

Although services are looking a little different right now as we continue to work within government guidelines, we trust as you join with us,

you will be blessed as we worship together in person!

It has been a long time coming but from Sunday 29th August we will be back together at our normal time of 10am for our Sunday morning services.

We appreciate things still aren’t ‘normal’ for some, and so we have highlight what you need to know for this next transitional period: -

Covid Guidance, Safety, and F.A.Q.'s

Do I still need to book for a service?

No need to book onto the services from here-on-in, just turn up! Unless of course, things change!

Who can I sit with?

If you would like to sit in a group, either turn up all together in that group, or whoever arrives first can ‘save’ required chairs for those within their group.

Are there any groups for children or young people?

Children's groups are now available for all ages during the service!​

When you arrive sign-in your children in at the child check-in desk before taking your seats in the service.

Can we sing during worship?

Yes, we are singing again. But, we respectfully ask that all should continue to wear a face covering when singing.

Social distancing

Rows will be 1 meter apart with long lines to maximise our capacity.

People will be sitting 1m apart (unless in family units, friendship groups etc.) ~ if you need to have a little more space between you and the people next to you, let us know, and we’ll see what we can do.

Face Coverings

We are still respectfully asking that when entering and moving around the building and when singing that you wear a face covering.  However, once seated and not singing, you may, if you want to, remove your face covering.

We are also recommending within groups and clubs for Children & Youth aged 11+ to carry face coverings and still use them when in crowded areas indoors, poor ventilated areas or in close contact with someone for a prolonged period of time.


There will still be plenty of ventilation inside the building, so as the colder days are looming, please do bring or wear something warmer!

Hand sanitising

Sanitising stations are placed at all entrance and exit points in the church building, and also outside the toilets. Please make use of these when entering, exiting, and when using the facilities.


The main toilets are available for use should you need them while attending the service.

Are refreshments served after the services have finished?

​Each Sunday morning we are serving refreshments in the foyer. Feel free to stay after the first service, but please remember hands, face, space, grace!

Will the service still be available to watch online?

We are now live-streaming our services at 10am, and the link can be found on our Website, YouTube channel or via the email sent out on Sunday morning.