Sunday at 6:30pm
What can I expect?
The 6:30pm congregation is probably the most informal of the day. We are made up of a nice mix of teenagers, a bunch of folk in their 20s and 30s, and a good spread of older people too. There don't tend to be many kids because of the time of day. We sing a majority of newer worship songs, with a sprinkling of the old classics.
The sermons are different to the morning services, and so there are a number of people who come along to both. We hope you'll find as warm a welcome at the 6:30pm as at any of the other services.
How long is the service?
We aim to be finished by 7:45pm.
Is there communion?
We celebrate communion on the first Sunday of each month.
What happens afterwards?
After the service, we move across to the hall for tea and coffee, and for chance to catch up properly with each other. For those with the stamina, there’s often a trip to the Bear pub after that!
On the last Sunday of each month, everyone is particularly encouraged to stay behind after the service to share a meal together. There is usually a £2-£3 donation for this. They are huge fun, so do stay if you can!
Sam Brewster is the minister with responsibility for the 6:30pm congregation, so if you have any questions, please contact him or the Church Office.
Special events for our congregation
Over the summer months, regular mid-week groups tend to stop meeting, but many of us are still around. So we're holding a series of "summer socials" for those who are still keen to get together.
For more information about any of the below, e-mail the contact provided.