Our aim is to:

Publicly announce the love of God.  

Prepare men and women to become disciples of Jesus Christ.  

Provide support to the community in the name of Jesus Christ.

What's On

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  • 10:30am Family Worship

    • All ages family worship meeting

  • 11:15am - 12:15pm Crèche & Juniors

    • Ages up to 13 years old

  • 3:30pm - 5:00pm Messy Church (4th Sunday of each month)

    • For all the family

  • 7:00pm - 8:00pm Youth Fellowship Meeting (1st Sunday of every month)

    • Ages 13+

  • 6pm Evening Fellowship 

    • Informal Sunday evening fellowship


Christian faith during the week, when our doors are open to offer programmes and activities for the whole community.

  • Monday

    • 10:30am CAMEO

      • Come And Meet Each Other

      • An opportunity for the more mature to meet for weekly fellowship

    • 11am Open Door

      •  Homeless Drop-In

    • 12pm CAMEO Luncheon Club

    • 1pm CAMEO Fellowship

    • 6pm Yout Club (Term time)

      • Games and Activities

  • Tuesday

    • 1pm SAFE

      • Empowering those with disabilities

    • 7:30pm Songster Practice

  • Wednesday

    • 9:30am Prayer Meeting

  • Thursday

    • 9:45am - 11:15am Tender Tots: Parent & Toddler Group

    • 7:30pm Senior Band Practice

  • Friday

    • 12pm - 1:30pm Soup & Sweet Lunch and Fellowship

  • Saturday

    • 10:30am Occassional Coffee Mornings and Fundraisers

      • Contact us for more details



The Milton Keynes Salvation Army Band is a small group of brass players with a shared desire to praise and worship God through our playing and, in so doing, to allow God to speak to others through our ministry. The Band practices on Thursday evenings at the Salvation Army hall on Conniburrow, Milton Keynes from 7.30pm. All are welcome to join with us for our practice - either to listen or to join with us in playing.


The Brigade takes part in the worship meetings on a Sunday, and also visits care and residential homes within the Milton Keynes area on a regular basis.  The Christmas season is a  particularly busy period in this respect. Another aspect of the ministry of the Songster Brigade is to visit other worship centres, leading the devotional meetings and providing programmes of Christian music. At the centre of all activities is a love for God, and a desire to serve Him through the gift of music.


Meet the people

our church leaders are committed to transforming the lives of people in their community

Carole Babstock