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What do we do?

Firstly, we meet once a week for our Sunday Service.
This takes place at 10.45 am and is very informal. The service always includes some hymns and songs (usually a mixture of traditional and modern) which we sing together, some prayers and a Bible reading. We do not normally use any formal liturgy so there is no need to 'find you way round' a service book. There is usually a sermon in which the speaker will look at a passage from the Bible or examine some aspect of Christianity. Most services include a short talk or activity near the beginning which is of particular interest to the children. After this, they have an opportunity to go into a separate room for Junior Church (Sunday School), rejoining the rest of the congregation at the end of the service.

We usually finish at or shortly after midday but most people like to linger over tea or coffee and biscuits, taking the chance to meet people and to share our joys and sorrows.

Family Service

On the first Sunday of each month we do not hold Junior Church. Instead, we try to make all the element of the service interesting and relevant to adults and children alike. Our Girls' Brigade usually uses these as parade services where badges and awards are given out and all girls are encouraged to attend with their families.

Communion

Usually on the second Sunday of each month, our service includes communion. This is an opportunity for those who love Jesus to come closer to Him by symbolically re-enacting His last meal before her was crucified. You do not have to be a member of this or any other church or go through any form of ritual or ceremony to take communion in our church and each person present is free to accept or decline the bread and wine when they are offered. We only ask that this part of the service is treated with respect, because of the great significance it has to those who are taking part.
Gareth Davies-Jones

An evening of Christmas music
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Gareth Davies-Jones

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