Who We Are

What is a church?

A church is a group of Christians who are committed to meeting together regularly to encourage one another to worship and serve God, to follow Jesus Christ and to share the good news about Jesus with non-Christians.

What is an Evangelical?

An Evangelical Christian believes that the Bible is God's Word to mankind and that it is the final authority for belief and behaviour. At the heart of the message of the Bible is the good news (the 'evangel' or 'gospel') that God has appointed Jesus to be the 'Christ' (the king of the world) and that Jesus the Christ died for our sins, was buried and after three days rose again. God freely accepts and forgives everyone who sincerely acknowledges Jesus to be their king and relies on him as their Saviour.

What do we do?

There is a strong emphasis in our services on teaching the Bible. The preaching is always Bible-based. We believe that when God's Word is explained the voice of God is heard.

  • We meet weekly to share together in the Lord's Supper (the communion or breaking of bread).
  • We baptise people by immersion on their profession of faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.
  • We sing the praises of God using a variety of hymns both old and new.
  • We cater for all ages (creche, Junior Church, youth work etc)
  • We provide regular 'Christianity Explored' courses for anyone who wants to look into the Christian faith.

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Registered Charity Number 1141454