Note - many of these activities are not running currently due to the pandemic. The activities listed here give a flavour of more normal times.

Family Service - Sundays 10:30am-11:45am

Our weekly Family Service caters for all ages. During the first part of the service we all worship together in song and in prayer, with occasional children’s talks and missionary reports. After about half an hour the children leave for Junior Church and the young people to Bible Class. Communion is celebrated most weeks, and an invited speaker brings to us the Word of God.

The service is normally followed by refreshments.

Junior Church - Sundays during Family Service

Junior Church aims to help primary school age children develop a relationship with God.  This is done through a variety of games, quizzes, DVD’s, music and crafts interlinked with Bible stories.  The children are encouraged to ask questions which helps them to see how the subject can be applied to their own lives.

Bible Class - Sundays during Family Service

Bible Class takes children and young adults from 11 - 18 through the Bible, studying some Old Testament and some New Testament each year.  The Bible is one continuous story, and yet a story made up of smaller stories - there's nothing else like it!
Students will learn the "big picture" of the story of the Bible, in-depth knowledge of the Bible, and best of all, how to apply it to their lives.
The Bible Class leave the main service at about 11:20am and runs for approx. 40 minutes.
See you there!

Prayer Meeting - Tuesdays 7:45pm

A time of prayer, praise and worship in an informal setting. The prayer meeting normally opens with song and Bible reading led by one of our church members. An extended time of open prayer then follows. The prayer is sometimes directed towards specific issues, and there is always the opportunity to praise God and to bring to Him the needs of the Church and the wider community.

Toddler Group - Wednesday 10:00am to 11:30am (term time only)

Toddlers is a very friendly group for pre-school children, giving time and space for the children to play and the adults to catch up with ‘what's going on’.
We have about fifty children on our books, most whom come regularly, giving a weekly average of about thirty.  It is well supported by mums, grandmas, a couple of grandads and a few dads.  The place really buzzes with activity as the children play and interact.
We have a craft table where we make something different each week, a table for play-dough modelling, and a book and puzzle table.  In one corner we have a toy kitchen with pots and pans and in another we have the baby corner with soft toys.  Also several ride-on toys are available and a dressing up-box.  There is so much to enjoy and have fun together.
Refreshments, including squash for the children, are served at about 10.45am and then for the last quarter of an hour we have some action songs, finishing at about 11:30am.

Women’s Meeting - Wednesdays 2:30pm-3:30pm

The Women’s Meeting meets every week apart from a short break for Christmas / New Year and a slightly longer break in the summer.  The ages of women currently attending range from 40's to 90's, but ladies of any age are always very welcome to join the group.
The ladies come eager to meet each other, enjoy a chat, a cup of tea and a biscuit, as well as listening to invited speakers.  The meeting is similar each week; the first half hour is a time of singing and then a break for tea - we even have the occasional cake for special birthdays, etc!  The remaining half hour is taken by the speaker who normally speaks from a Bible passage but we also have talks from missionaries and visual presentations on Christian work.
There is an annual daytrip arranged to a nearby attraction and a yearly visit to a garden in Clevedon for a very scrumptious cream tea!

Home Care Groups - Normally Wednesday Evenings

Home Care Groups meet most weeks in homes around the town for prayer, praise, teaching and fellowship. We aim to care for every member of the Church, in both spiritual and practical ways. Therefore, everyone in the Church is assigned to a group even if they feel unable, for whatever reason, to meet with the group.