We are really pleased to have restarted our Sunday services in the church building, and many of our regular activities taking place before the pandemic have restarted. 

  • We look forward to you joining us – go to our What’s On page to find out more about how you can join us in-person and online. 

A wide range of external groups also book to use our premises for their activities. To discover what is currently taking place, come and join us or drop us an email to find out more.

Our weekly notice sheet distributed at our Sunday services gives information on a regular basis, and is supplemented by a monthly magazine, ‘The Visitor.’  Check our what’s on page for details or changes for all age services and breaks for school holidays.  Details about our bible study and house groups can be viewed on our discipleship page.

Brownies meet on Tuesdays (5.30pm) at Carrville. The groups enable girls aged 7-10 to work for interest badges developing a wide range of useful skills. 

CREW – For secondary aged young people with church links who meet up occasionally. Contact us via ‘Message’ on our Facebook page

Faith and Friendship meets in person or online on Monday evenings (8.00pm) to share in prayer, friendship, bible study and discussion. Meeting dates are given in the weekly notice sheet. Contact Suzie for location details.

House groups meet to read and think carefully about the Bible and God’s message for us. 

Our annual Holiday Club usually takes place in the first week of the school summer holidays.


Pram Club is on Thursday mornings (9.45am) at Carrville during school terms. Please contact Joanne (07979 764009) if you have any questions.

Prayer Breakfast takes place on the first Saturday in the month (9.00-9.45am) at Carrville. We share in breakfast and explore different ways of praying.

Rainbows meet on Fridays (5.45pm) at Carrville . This is open to girls aged 5-7 and provides a structured programme of fun activities.

Saturday Coffee Morning (10.00-11.30am). This takes place on the 1st Saturday of each month at Carrville. Contributions for the cake stall are greatly appreciated.