We meet every Sunday 10:30-12:15 at the New Street Centre, and it’d be great to see you there.

If you’re thinking of visiting us for one of our Sunday Services, we have put together the following questions and answers so you know what to expect. If you have any questions that are not covered on this page, do feel free to get in touch and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Where can I park?

We have on-site parking. One of our car parking stewards will point you to an available space.

What time does your Sunday service start?

10:30am (finishing around 12:15).

What happens when I arrive?

You will be greeted on the car park and at the entrance reception and directed to the meeting room.

Do you have Bibles available?

Yes there are Bibles in the reception, please ask a welcomer on your arrival if you would like to borrow one during the service.

Do you have baby-changing facilities?

Yes, this is situated between the ladies’ and gentlemen’s toilets.

Do you have disabled facilities?

We have disabled spaces in our car park should you need to use them round the back where there is wheelchair access through the back entrance. Please make the car park steward aware you need disabled access.

Where do I sit?

There are no set seating plans; you can sit wherever you feel most comfortable.

Is there a dress-code?

No. Come as you wish! Jeans, teeshirts, suits, ties.

Do you have activities for children?

Yes.Superstars 4 years – 8 years; Extremestars 9 years-12 years. The Leaders stand at the back at 11.15 and take the kids upstairs to their room. We also have a creche available during the service in their own designated room next to the main meeting room. We have a creche team who will be happy to look after your children leaving you to enjoy the service.

What happens during the service?

Various things on various weeks. We have family worship, spending time worshipping Jesus where we encourage people to participate and contribute (you are more than welcome to join us in that). Occasionally we take communion on a Sunday but this is mainly done in the community Groups in the week. There will be a message preached which will normally last around 30 minutes, and sometimes there is opportunity for people to respond and receive personal prayer. we finish at approx 12.15.

What happens after the service?

Most people stay for refreshments and chat for a while before heading home. This would be a great time for one or two us to get to know you if you can stay around.

Can I arrange a meeting with one of the leadership team?

Yes, if you can’t get to see any of them during the service then contact us and we will set this up for you