I'm New

On this page you'll find some useful information for your first visit to our church.

Where can I park?

We do have a parking places available on our church grounds, but if they’re occupied, you can find parking in the market place (in the vicinity of the baker and fish monger)

Do you have a safeguarding policy?

Yes we do. Our safeguarding officer ensures that all our staff and volunteers are regularly DBS checked.

We are members of Thirtyone:Eight (formerly CCPAS – Churches Child Protection Advisory Service)


Do I have to become a member?

No, you do not. You are free to attend any of our meetings and participate as much or as little as you are comfortable with.

Before taking the step of becoming a member, we would encourage you to attend our DNA classes which run on Tuesday evenings from 19:30 to 20:20 during term time.


What should I wear?

If you’re comfortable, we’re comfortable.

Will I be pressured to give?

Definitely not. Although our members honour God by tithing regularly and also giving voluntary offerings, we do not ‘pass the bags’ around during church. If you would like to give, we have a secure box attached to the back wall where offerings can be deposited.


What type of church are you?

We are a Pentecostal church affiliated with the Assemblies of God Great Britain. You can check read through what we believe here.

Essentially, we are a group of believers who love Jesus and seek to make a difference in the world. 

What about access?

We have toilet facilities, disabled access, hearing loop and baby changing available for you.

What can I expect?

Most folk arrive shortly before 10:30. We typically begin our time together with 2 or  3 songs. We then listen to a teaching from the Bible and have communion together. If you’d like to listen to some of our pastor’s sermons, click here

Do you serve good coffee?

Of course we do! After all, life is too short to drink bad coffee.

On any Sunday morning you can have a free latte, cappuccino, flat white, espresso or cortado.

We also serve tea.