Church AGM

This year our Annual General Meeting will be held after our live streamed service on Sunday 14th March, 2021. We will begin at approximately 12noon. Please use the normal Zoom link to attend the AGM. Please download and read through the AGM information pack, available in PDF format, which contains the agenda for the meeting as well as reports submitted. It makes for interesting reading, and serves as a reminder of how God has blessed us even in difficult circumstances.…

We’re On Instagram!

We’ve launched our Instagram page at: If you have an account, please give us a follow, like, and stay tuned as we will be using our digital channels – including Facebook and YouTube – a lot more to share communication, encouragement, times of worship, and to stay connected with each other.

Please Give!

We give thanks to God and gratefully receive all support, through prayer and financial gifts, which help cover the costs of our ministries and pastoral team. Online Giving We have partnered with so that we can accept donations online. Please click through via the link above. It only takes a few seconds to pay securely via debit or credit card. A 5% fee will be charged on top of the donation you would like to give. So a £10…

Prayer Meetings

Until further notice, we have decided to pause meeting together in person on Wednesday mornings. We will be meeting via Zoom instead. Please check our Events page for the latest information.

Virtual Church Services

Until we can meet again in our church building, each Sunday we will be providing a virtual service, and inviting all of our fellowship to take part online as we worship together and hear God’s word preached. All broadcasts will be available to watch via our Facebook and YouTube pages. All previous and future recordings are available to watch again via our website page containing all our talks. The first Digital Service was broadcast on Mothering Sunday, 22nd March at…

IMPORTANT: Please Note

Challenges come to us in many ways these days, not least the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, of which Europe is now at the centre of. The Church Board met on Tuesday 17th March to discuss plans as we navigate this challenge. Safeguarding the welfare of our brothers and sisters in Christ is our highest priority, and the measures outlined here have been carefully and prayerfully decided as the best and only route forward. After taking advice from Nazarene Church headquarters, other…