11.00am  Sunday Morning
6.30pm   Sunday Evening (fortnightly, see below)
7.30pm   Wednesday


Sunday Morning Worship [Suspended until further notice]

Sunday worship takes place at 11.00am until approximately 12.30 pm. We commence worship with the Sunday School present and worship God together as a family of believers. The Sunday School leave and go to the hall at 11.30 after an address from Mr Carmichael. Our 24 strong choir leads us in our congregational praise and brings to us songs of worship, both traditional and contemporary.

The focus and climax of our worship is the hearing of God’s word, faithfully and passionately preached to us by our minister to the thrilling of our souls.


Sunday Evening Worship [Suspended until further notice]

We meet for evening worship every second Sunday in the informal setting of the church hall.

Currently, in the morning, Mr Carmichael is preaching in expository fashion through the book of Ezra. Similarly, in the evening he is preaching through the book of Jonah.


In 2020, Evening Services will take place at 6.30pm on:

Jan: 5th, 19th
Feb: 2nd, 16th
Mar: 1st (Communion), 15th, 29th
Apr: 12th, 26th
May: 10th, 24th
Jun: 7th (Communion), 21st
Jul: 5th, 19th
Aug: 2nd, 16th, 30th
Sep: 6th (Communion), 13th, 27th
Oct: 11th, 25th
Nov: 8th, 22nd
Dec: 6th (Communion), 20th
Midweek [Suspended until further notice]

The Midweek Meeting takes place each week at 7.30pm in the church hall and is the very heartbeat of our church. Approximately 50 people, young and old, gather for prayer and bible study.

Believing that prayer is the work of the Church, we commence with prayer until 8pm. From 8 -9 our minister leads us in praise and in-depth Bible study. On the first Wednesday of every month, the whole meeting is devoted to prayer. During June – September, we enjoy a varied summer programme whereby we are blessed by the ministry of visiting guest speakers of the highest calibre, and enjoy a variety of fellowship evenings.

Our Midweek Meeting offers a great opportunity to praise God and to have one’s mind stretched. It also offers the opportunity to share fellowship over supper and for young old to mix together.



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