Facilities and features
We have toilets upstairs and downstairs, including an accessible toilet and baby changing facilities
These are available in one of the toilets
Parking is currently available at our evening service, or at our morning service for those with mobility needs
There is one accessible toilet
There is a ramp up to our side door
This is available in the main part of church
We have large print bibles available on the way in
Assistance Dogs are welcome
Our communion bread is gluten free
Architect: T W Atkinson
Listing: grade 2
The building was completed in 1833 following the closure and subsequent demolition of the Anglo Saxon church nearby. It is a spare Gothic style in Gault brick with limestone dressings with a long aisleless nave and high square tower. Subsequently the present transepts and vestries and chancel were built in a red brick with tiled roofs.
Music and Worship
This is a Father Willis organ. We sometimes use the organ in our services, especially at Christmas and for funerals.
We sing a variety of songs and hymns, led by a small worship band.
Groups, Courses and Activities
We have children's groups on a Sunday morning for 0-14 years and on Sunday afternoon for 14-18 year olds.
Church family members are encouraged to be a part of a regular bible study group. We have 5 house groups and 2 women's bible studies that meet on Tuesdays or Wednesdays each week in term time and another women's bible study that meets monthly. We also have weekly bible studies on a Thursday during the daytime for those over 60.
We regularly offer to run Christianity Explored, Life Explore and Hope Explored. Do be in touch if you would like to join us for our next course
We aim to run the CAP money course several times throughout the year. Please be in touch if you would like details of our next course.
In the summer we run a holiday bible club for primary school ages and a holiday at home club for those over 60.
On the first Thursday of each month we run a group called DIGG (Digging into God's Grace) for those over 60 to come together for tea and cake, games or craft, gentle exercise, singing and bible talk. Throughout the year we have special events, such as a Christmas Dinner or Fish and Chip Lunch, as well as our popular Holiday at Home.