The Communion or ‘Breaking of Bread’ service is an opportunity for Christians to worship and praise the Lord Jesus Christ for who He is and what He has done for us. This service is more traditional and reflective. The service starts with someone sharing a short devotional message from the Bible which is then followed by open worship, in which people in the congregation contribute Bible readings, reflections, hymns and prayers. During the service someone gives thanks for the bread and (non-alcoholic) wine - which are symbols of Jesus' sacrifice for us at the cross. The bread and wine are then distributed. All Christians who love the Lord are welcome to share in the bread and wine.
A crèche is available during the service for pre-school children. It is staffed by people who have been vetted by the church’s child protection policy and are part of the PVG scheme.
Tea and Coffee are served in the annexe after the service – please come and join us.
Tea and Coffee
11.00 - 11.25am
This is served in the annexe - please come and join us.