All our morning services are in our church in Bradley Street, and usually last about an hour.
Our morning services tend to be in a fairly standard free-church style, since they are run by preachers from all over the Methodist Circuit and the URC District. We are very happy with new songs, new styles, new ideas, though.
Children are welcome at all services.
Communion Services are usually planned about once a month or thereabouts; you are welcome to join in, and to take the bread and wine. We generally use the URC approach of passing the elements round and then eating/drinking them together; consequently carers can easily control whether or not children take them too. (The wine is non-alcoholic, by the way, and the bread is gluten-free; if you have any other dietary concerns please speak to a steward before the service.)
We always serve coffee, tea and squash in the Hall after the service. Please join us - it's a chance to get to know each other better.
We hold a service on the fourth Sunday of each month at 6.00pm at Dryleaze House (a nearby wardened/sheltered housing complex).
Please look at our church notice board or the notices on this site for details.
All parts of our site and buildings have wheelchair access. The site itself is accessed either by steps with a handrail or by a lift which will take a wheelchair - the door opens outwards, towards you, which may be a problem; if so, we apologise, and ask you if you need further assistance to please ring the bell opposite the lift door. We have a toilet suitable for disabled access.
We have a loop system for hearing-aid users. Please set your equipment to 'T'.
The words of songs and anything else you need during the service will be displayed on screens in the church, but if you need it in handheld form, hymn books (and some large-print hymn books) are available at the door.
You are welcome to breastfeed anywhere in the building (including during services) but if you want privacy or need something else please speak to any steward.
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