Church is a family, not a building! We're a welcoming Christian church based on the corner of Canning Road and Newton Street. We believe Jesus is the hope for the world and we want to share that real and lasting joy with you.
Our regular meetings
We have a regular Sunday morning service as well as other events throughout the week. Click on one of our services for more information.
Sunday mornings at 10:30am
Saturdays, every three months
Next event: 10th March 2018
Sunday at Six
First Sunday of each month at 6pm
Bring & Share Lunch
Eating and chatting together
Every 3rd Sunday at 12:30
Supplying food for those on benefits and in need
Fridays at 5pm
New Generation (Kids Club)
An after-school club for 4-11s
Wednesdays at 5:30pm
Praying for God's plan in the world
Wednesdays at 7:30pm
Messy Church Soon 08 Mar 2018
This Saturday, we are doing Messy Church with a focus on Mothers’ Day! There will be loads of opportunities for kids to make crafts for...
Our first indoor picnic of 2018 21 Jan 2018
From time to time, we like to share lunch together as a church. There are loads of good reasons to do this, like: Showing and...
Carols a big hit 01 Jan 2018
It was lovely to see so many of our old and new friends come along to our candlelit carol service. We all had a great...
Carols by Candlelight is back for 2017 27 Nov 2017
Our Carols by Candlelight service is on the 17th December 2017 at 6pm! Every year we hold a Carols by Candlelight service on the weekend...
Our Halloween Witness 01 Nov 2017
It’s tricky to know how to handle Halloween as Christians and as the church. We don’t want to participate in a festival that celebrates darkness...
Weekend away 2017 16 Oct 2017
At the beginning of October, around twenty of us from the church went to Thornleigh Christian Centre in Grange-over-Sands for our annual weekend away. We...
Different names, but all for Jesus 10 Feb 2017
A lot of people talk about “denominations” which means “different names for types of churches”. That could be ‘Anglican’ or ‘Methodist’ or ‘Reformed’ or ‘Baptist’,...