Coming to Church? What to expect...
Visiting a church can seem a little strange if you are not used to the ways things are done or you don’t know the jargon. Even if you have attended a church before there are all kinds of churches and all kinds of ways of doing things and you may have questions about what to do. When do I stand up, sit down, pray? Will I know any of the songs? Will they collect money in the service? Do people have particular seats they sit in? Will anyone speak to me?
Hopefully this webpage will help you to understand what we do in our services. If you have further questions, then do write to us - firstname.lastname@example.org or ring the church 01474 852054. If you would find it helpful, we can arrange for someone to meet you when you arrive at the church and introduce you to Anne, our minister. People visiting the area on holiday are very welcome, even if you only come to the church once.
The church has a ramp access for wheelchairs and we use a loop system for people with hearing difficulties.
Our Sunday Services start at 10.30am. It is good to arrive 5 or so minutes earlier so that you are settled in a seat before the service begins. When you arrive at the church there will be someone in the Atrium welcoming all the congregation and they will offer you a Bible to use during the service. If you don’t want to take a Bible, then it is fine to say ‘No’. You can sit in any seat you wish.