Coming up

With the relaxation of government Covid-19 restrictions you no longer need to book to come to Holy Communion services in Church on Sundays - just turn up.  

However, we are keeping many Covid-19 avoidance procedures to keep you safe: 

  • We are all premitted to sing again, but please keep your mask on as you sing and throughout worship for the sake of others who may be more vulnerable than you.

  • There will be a minimum of one seat social distance between you, or your bubble. If you wish you can increase the distance by asking one of the welcome team for an extra "do not sit here" card.

  • You will be invited by a welcomer to come forward for Holy Communion, if you are able to.

  • We are not restarting coffee/tea/cake in the lounge after services but all can chat together in the A2 garden after the service.

Live streamed services and previous services (where recorded) are available through our WORSHIP THIS WEEK web site where you can also access lots of activities and resources for families: click here:

Diary Dates

Wednesday Prayer Meetings are held from 9.15am-9.45am via Zoom. To join in,  follow this link or use Meeting ID: 765 6405 4463 and Password: prayer

Sunday youth Fusion:  Join Patrick by following this link or use Meeting ID: 838 2558 8875 and Password: fusion

Sunday Coffee meetings every Sunday at 11am via Zoom: Sue and Sheryl  invite you to join them by following this link or use Meeting ID: 873 9130 1560 and Passcode: 998777 

Autumn Sermon Series - The Five Marks of Mission


The five marks of mission have been developed by the Anglican Consultative Council since 1984. Since then they have been widely adopted as an understanding of what contemporary mission is about. The mission of the Church is the mission of Christ:

  1. To proclaim the Good News of the Kingdom (TELL)

  2. To teach, baptise and nurture new believers (TEACH)

  3. To respond to human need by loving service (TEND)

  4. To transform unjust structures of society, to challenge violence of every kind and pursue peace and reconciliation (TRANSFORM)

  5. To strive to safeguard the integrity of creation, and sustain and renew the life of the earth (TREASURE)

Our Autumn Services at 10am

5 Sept    10am   TELL (1)
12 Sept  10am   TELL (2)
19 Sept  10am   TEACH (1)         
26 Sept  10am    AA HARVEST
3 Oct      10am   TEACH (2) 
10 Oct    10am   TEND (1) 

 17 Oct    10am   TREASURE (1) + Climate Service          

24 Oct    10am   TEND (2)

31 Oct    10am   TRANSFORM (1)

7 Nov     10am   TRANSFORM (2)

4 Nov     10am   REMEMBRANCE + 10.45am at War Memorial

21 Nov    10am   TREASURE (2)

Services in August - Superheroes of the faith

Each Sunday in August we  looked at a superhero from the bible.

There was a Playmobil video as well as suggestions for activities and crafts. They are all still available on our Worship this Week Families pages, 

1 Aug:  What makes a superhero? The Good Samaritan

8 Aug:  Moses – even superheroes have helpers

15 Aug:  Joshua - Spies, surprises and success (and Kate's final service)

22 Aug:  Esther – beautiful, brave and brilliant 

29 Aug:  David – Puny plus God = powerful

(photo credit - Austris Augusts on Unsplash)

Regular weekday events
Note: unfortunately some of our regular meetings have not yet restarted after the relaxation of COVID restrictions in July - see notes below

Weekdays Tuesday-Friday

9.30am-10am - Morning Prayer. Sorry, not yet resumed


10am-11.30am - Parent and Toddler group  in the A2 hall (school term times): for info see here

1pm-3pm - Art Group in our community cafe, Andy's. Friendship, coffee, conversation ... and maybe a little art! Free (minimal charge for equipment).  In the Coffee Shop lounge (during school terms), Sorry, not yet resumed.



7.30pm-9pm - "Sing Gold" - Goldsworth Park's community choir. SInging just for fun! In the Worship Area (during school term times). On summer break


9.15am-9.45am - Wednesday Prayer Meeting via Zoom. To join in, follow this link

10am-11.30am - Parent and Toddler group  in the A2 hall (school term times): for info see here



9.30am-11.30am - Craft at Andy’s: creativity, conversation and coffee. Bring something to work on or just turn up: we have materials and ideas to inspire you. Learn a new skill and meet people. Free. Sorry, not yet resumed.


10am-11.30am - Bump & Beyond (formerly Bump to Birthday) group in the A2 hall: support for mums and mums-to-be. A relaxed drop-in group to make friends and share experiences. Fun for baby with toys and activities. Drinks and biscuits. Free, suggested donation £1.


First Wednesday of each month

1pm-3pm  -  NHS hearing aid general maintenance, including retubing and batteries. Free service run by our NHS-trained volunteers. No appointment necessary - just turn up at the reception desk in Andy's Cafe. Sorry, not yet resumed.

Our Misson: Far & Near web site has full details of all our mission partners and their latest news. Click below to visit:

Please bookmark the address and revisit regularly for the latest news.

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UPDATE: New course will be held when restrictions are lifted. Email Sue Slater for details: click here