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We preach not ourselves, but Christ Jesus
the Lord. (2 Corinthians 4:4)


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Our meetings

We meet each Sunday, the Lord’s Day, at 11am and 6pm for our services of worship.
There is a short prayer meeting before the morning service at 10.30am

We have a quiet, orderly and reverent atmosphere of worship, remembering that we are coming before the living God, greater than any king or judge on earth.

Our services are simple in their format and would typically be ordered as follows:

The service is conducted by the preacher. It usually begins with a verse from the Bible and a brief prayer. There then follows the singing of a hymn followed by a reading from an Old Testament passage of the Bible. Another hymn is sung and then there is a further reading from the Bible, usually from the New Testament. The preacher then leads the congregation in prayer. A further hymn is sung before the preaching of the sermon. This is a central part of worship in which a passage of Scripture is explained and applied. The service finishes with a final hymn and prayer of blessing. Usually the service lasts for just over an hour but this varies depending on the particular preacher.

We use the Authorised Version of the Bible in our services and sing psalms and hymns from Gadsby’s Hymns and Christian Worship (Resources)

After the meeting there is time for informal conversation.

Each Wednesday we have a meeting at 7.30pm for prayer and bible study.

Each winter we have a series of monthly lectures on some informative and stimulating theme. These are held on Saturday evenings at 7pm in the upstairs lecture room in the building behind the chapel. For further information go to Lectures

For those unable to come to services, recordings of sermons are available on CD, on loan or to purchase upon request. Please email us.

Recordings of lectures are also available on CD, or as mp3 files on the Lectures page