We are a church that cares for people – its members, those within our community and also those on the other side of the world who we don’t know.
We are a church that values all people, whoever they are and whatever their history. All can find a welcome here.
We are a church that believes in transformation – of individuals, of our community and of the world at large. We want to join in with God in doing his transforming work.
We are a church that is open to the leading of the Holy Spirit and so we will not be afraid to try new and different things. We’ll take risks and if they don’t work then we will learn from them.
We are a church that puts others before ourselves and so we sacrifice our needs and wants for those of other people.
We are a church that worships a generous God and so want to be generous too – with our time and our money to be a blessing to others.
We are a church that wants to grow. We are not satisfied with remaining as we are but want to change, grow and see God’s kingdom spreading throughout our community.
We are a church that grows disciples who are committed to God and growing in Him. We will study together, pray together and break bread together.
We are a church that puts Jesus at the centre of our life – and so we are committed to prayer and studying God’s word as we discern where God is leading us.
We are a church that is not afraid to admit when we get things wrong. We will apologise, seek forgiveness and try again.
We are church that loves – first and foremost God, but also each other, our community and the world. We will do all that we can to build up and encourage, rather than tear down and destroy.
We are a church that is committed to sharing the good news of Jesus with others, through deed and also in word.
9am Morning Prayer Mon – Thur (»40mins) Revd Mark will be leading an informal but structured time, of reading the Word, meditation and prayer each morning (exceptionally he may have other commitments).
No obligation to pray aloud but an opportunity to participate in the set responses. Prayer requests or thanksgiving can be made known.
Typical content (In modern language): Venite, Psalm, Old and New Testament, Benedictus, Prayers. Please see Mark for more details.
There may be several questions:
- Can I get married in church?
- Wedding fees
- What’s in the Order of Service?
- Parish Boundaries
- Remarriage after divorce
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