Facilities and features


We have two toilets in the church building, one of which is fully accessible.

We have a baby changing unit in our accessible toilet and equipment for toddlers and small children to use the toilets.

There is a car park at the rear of the church, accessed by a lane to the north side of the churchyard. Two sets of steps with handrails lead down to a path around the church. Car parking is also available on the road to the estate opposite the church.

We have one fully accessible toilet within the church building.

We are aware of the needs of people with Autism or Asperger's syndrome and welcome all to worship with us.

There is space for 1 or 2 cars on the lane near an access point through the churchyard wall with a level path around the church to the ramp at the rear entrance.

The ramp is to the rear of the church. The best access is by parking on the lane to the north of the church near an opening in the church yard wall. There are flat paths from this opening to the rear entrance to the church.

We have a loop both in the church and in our lounge

Assistance dogs can be brought into church

We are aware of the needs of people living with dementia and welcome all to worship with us.

Our Building

our building is grade II listed.

We are opening our church lounge every Thursday afternoon from 12.30 to 4.30. Everyone is welcome to join us to share the warmth and have a hot drink and a biscuit.

Music and Worship

Groups, Courses and Activities

We have one home group meeting weekly and one fortnightly where members of the congregation meet to worship, study the Bible, pray and get to know one another in one of the members' homes.

Our Social Club meets weekly on a Wednesday afternoon from 1pm to 3pm for chat, refreshments, kareoke, a quiz and bingo. Two or three times a year coach trips are organised.

Help for Visitors

Other Features

We sometimes use service booklets, but also have a projector and screen hung at the front of the church for the words of the service and songs.

We are in the Millbrook Conservation Area

We use Fairtrade tea, coffee and sugar.