Church

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What's On

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Sundays

  • 10am-11:15am Morning Worship

    • Engaging and relavent bible teaching, times of reflection, a song presented by the Songsters (Choir) and congregational singing accompanied by the Band or piano. 
  • 3:30pm - 4:45pm Kids club

    • Term time only

    • Aimed at primary and junior school children uses the interactive learning and bible teaching style succesfully used in the summer rather than the more formal style previously used.

  • 5pm - 6pm Corps Cadets (Youth Discipleship)

  • 6pm - 7:15pm Evening Worship

    • Engaging worship, teaching and music.  As with all of our gatherings, this service is open to all.

Weekdays

  • Monday

    • 7pm - 8pm Home League (Ladies Meeting)
      • Excluding the first week in the month
    • 7pm - 8:30pm Ladies Fellowship
      • First week in the month

  • Wednesday

    • 10am Prayer Fellowship
  • Friday

    • 9.30am - 12pm Coffee Shop
      • A warm and inviting atmosphere where you can enjoy time with friends whilst sharing anything from a Full English to a bowl of soup.
    • 9:30am - 11am Sally's Songs
      • Introduces music and movement to pre-school children.  A fabulous activity for pre-shcoolers and their carers.  Lots of singing together, some time for free-play, a cuppa and a chat.  Just £1 per child!

Our Home League and Fellowship

Home League

The Home League meets at 7pm every Monday (except the first Monday of the month) and is a friendly and relaxed time of worship and fellowship for ladies.  The Home League have an annual outing during the Summer and a Christmas Dinner during December.

Home League Fellowship

The Home League Fellowship meets at 7.00pm on the first Monday of the month and is a friendly and relaxed ladies group that listen to a variety of speakers and musicians throughout the course of the year. 

Recent themes have included a 'members night' which included a flower arranging demonstration, a speaker from North East Prisoner After Care Service (NEPACS), broth supper and a 'chocoholics' evening.

Each evening concludes with light refreshments.  The Home League Fellowship join with the Home League to enjoy an annual outing during the Summer, and a Christmas Dinner during December.

Raising Money

Each year the Home League raises money for different projects in the developing world, and these have included the improvement of education and health services in previous years. 

The Home League and Home League Fellowship have raised £249.70 to help tackle the appalling Human Trafficking trade, and some members completed a 10K walk around Herrington Country Park to raise a further £300. The Home League and Home League Fellowship members also send shoeboxes containing presents to children in developing countries at Christmas time.

Meet the people

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

Gary Chaundy

Captain

Lorraine Chaundy

Captain