Every Sunday we have 2 services, at 10am and 6.30pm. On the 2nd Sunday of each month we have an 11:40 service and the 10am becomes Way2Go Central. Mid-Week Communion takes places on the 1st Wednesday of each month.
Children and Young Families are particularly welcome, with over 100 under 11s meeting during our 10am Sunday morning services. We begin the service all together for worship and then the children go to their own age-specific groups to learn more about Jesus, and the adults stay for a talk and more worship. Tumblers (0-3s) play and sing in a safe, happy environment with an excellent team of carers. Scramblers (3s-5s) play games together, listen to stories and have fun learning about Jesus whilst being nurtured towards independence. Climbers (5s-7s) are lively group, meeting Jesus and learning together through games, stories, prayer and craft. Explorers (7s-11s) are developing faith through games, drama, discussions and prayer, wrapped up in energetic, fun, as we discover for ourselves how big God is.
The 6:30@StPauls, our evening service, attracts youth and young adults, through all are welcome. It includes FUEL, a separate teaching stream for around 50 11-18's. FUEL uses a wide range of activities to help young people develop confidence, a personal relationship with God and make friends with others from the area.
Way2Go Central (10am 2nd Sunday)
This is a multi-stream service with something for everyone, starting at 10am all together in the arena, go off to the different streams, and finishing with drinks and refreshments at about 11am. These are the different streams you can choose from; Tumblers for little ones (with or without an adult), Skip Along for under 5s (with an adult), Way2Go Kids for 5-11 year olds (with or without an adult), Listen Up! for a thought provoking talk for adults, Let's Talk which is an opportunity for informal discussion and a Prayer Space for those needing a quiet space to pray.
11:40am (2nd Sunday)
This one-hour service of Holy Communion offers an oasis of calm in a busy world. It includes a mix of contemporary songs and familiar hymns, provides space for reflection and draws upon timeless words and prayers which have inspired Christian communities for centuries.
Mid-Week Communion (1st Wednesday of each month 11am)
This one-hour service of Holy Communion uses readings, prayers, and hymns for worship.