Frequently Asked Questions


We're glad you are. Here are a couple of frequently asked questions to make your experience easy and pleasant.

What times are services?

Each Sunday at 11:30am & 7:00pm

Where are you located?

Please see this page for a map and directions.

Where do you park?

There is a large car park located beside the church.

Will there be greeters or others on hand to help newcomers know what to do?

There are greeters at the entrance who can supply you with a psalm book (our song book) and a Bible for your use during the service. They can also escort you to your seat if you desire. Our greeters are here to welcome you to church and can answer any of your questions.

Is the order of service easy to follow?

Absolutely. Please see this page for a typical order of service.

How long does it last?

Generally, an hour; give or take a few minutes. A service with Communion tends to last a little longer.

How long are the sermons?

Sermons are approximately 25 to 30 minutes. You can download previous sermons here.

Are guests singled out?

No, guests are not singled out.

Who is welcome to communion?

Visitors who are professing christians and members of an evangelical church are welcome to the Lord's Table.

What types of songs are sung? What instruments are used?

We believe God should be worshipped in the way he has commanded; that is from the book of psalms and without instrumental accompaniment.

The psalm book we use is 'The Psalms for Singing - A 21st Century Edition'.

We sing using four part harmony but don't worry if you're not the best singer as you'll not be alone and God looks at the heart of the singer not their ability.

Is the building accessible for physically challenged people?

Yes, there are ramps into the building and an area for wheelchairs.

Is there a nursery or other activities for small children?

Babies and toddlers are very welcome in the service. Provision is made, however, to hear the service from another room, if for any reason you need to leave.

During the school year, there are classes held at 10:30. Children are then encouraged to remain for the worship service. Part way through the morning service, there is a children's message.

What is the seating like?

The church has a centre aisle, with solid wood pews on either side. The last few rows have indiviual seats should you prefer.

Is there an expectation to give money?

There is an offering taken during the service, but there is no pressure made on worshippers to contribute to the church.

Are there other people of my age?

Absolutely! The church's congregation is made up of all kinds of people spanning all age groups.

Will I be able to hear?

The church is fitted with a PA system so everyone can hear no matter where they sit. There is also a loop system for those with a hearing aid.

What do I wear?

There is no dress code so wear whatever feels comfortable. Most people wear smart casual or a suit.

What about toilets?

The toilets are situated in the corridor to the right of the main entrance.

What if I live too far and don't have a car?

Please contact us. We have a number of volunteers who provide transport to those that need it. Please give us at least a few days notice.