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Sunday 26th April 2020

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2020 | Tags:

This Sunday we are going to do things a bit differently and experiment with an interactive service.



We will have a short time of worship from 10.30am; followed by the second episode of the Alpha film series at 11am. After we have watched the film we will gather together, ‘digitally’, to talk about what we have watched.


To save any confusion we will have simple steps available on our website on Sunday. All you will need to do is click the ‘live’ banner at the top of our website from 10.30 and all the information will be there for you.



In the meantime, you can download zoom to your device now (mobile/tablet/pc/mac) either by downloading from zoom’s website or from your mobile app store. You don’t have to create an account if you don’t want to, zoom will work just the same. Click here to see the ‘Getting Started’ information on zoom’s website.

The ‘meeting’ ID will be made available on Sunday.

With a smile!

Sunday, March 19th, 2017 | Tags: ,

Of course there are times when we cannot be anything other than sombre – not least in worship, when we consider the state of our world and our own shortcomings. But these moments will be far exceeded when we will worship with smiles on our faces!! How can we keep from smiling when we consider all that God has done for us – the many ways in which we are blessed. Why not take a moment to give thanks to day – to count your blessings.

25 Years and Counting!

Sunday, January 22nd, 2017 | Tags:

What a wonderful weekend of celebration we’ve enjoyed as together we gave thanks for the twenty-five years of having Martin and Elaine leading our congregation! A dinner for office-bearers on Friday night was followed by a drop-in coffee afternoon on Saturday. The climax of the weekend was the morning worship, led by John Chalmers. At the end of the service, time was taken for expressions of gratitude which Martin concluded by reminding us that, when all else is said and done, the glory and thanks is due to God alone.

And now? Onwards, ever onwards!