Sunday Worship Gatherings

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Worship
Service

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Youtube Worship Playlist

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Spotify Worship Playlist

What's it all about?
We believe that gathering together as believers in Jesus to worship Him is so key to what it means for us to be church. We are first and foremost all about Jesus and worship, while being so many things, is primarily about declaring Him as King and positioning our hearts and lives humbly before Him.
What's amazing about this is that as we honour Him, submit to Him, glorify Him, and surrender to Him, we actually find ourselves caught up by His grace in His love, where there is freedom, hope, forgiveness, healing and so much more. This is simply because when we declare Him as King, He comes into our lives as our King establishing His rule and reign in our hearts and bringing His kingdom, the kingdom of Heaven, the kingdom of goodness, the kingdom of life.
Worship is all about Jesus, but the mystery of Jesus is that He is a God who is all about love. He's so good. The bible says He is overflowing with goodness and faithfulness. And this is what draws us to worship Jesus.

When do we meet to worship?

During the COVID pandemic we have been inviting our church to worship with us through a pre-recorded online service. There is a new one posted online every Sunday. You'll find the link above.

But from Sunday 29th August we are going to be physically gathering to worship again. At this point our online services will stop. Although the talk will still be made available each week on our podcast.
From the 29th August we will be hosting two identical services on Sundays, one at 10:30am and one at 6:30pm. We'd love to see you at either of these.
At the bottom of the page is a short video from our trustees explaining why we have chosen the 29th August as the date that we will start to gather again for worship.

In the mean time you can continue to worship Jesus with us in your own homes by joining in with our weekly online worship service, or by using our Youtube or Spotify worship playlists. You'll find the links above.