Neighbourhood Breakfast

a typical breakfast

Every Saturday morning the church opens up at 9.00am to serve breakfast to our neighbours. There's no charge for this, though if you want to make a small donation we won't be offended.


We keep the stove on until around 10.30am, so come at the time that suits you. You'll find good food, friendly faces and the opportunity to chat if you want to.


At least once a month we have a visit from our ward Councillor, Eileen Russell, so if you have anything you need to discuss with her you can do it over a coffee and a round of toast!


We're always happy to help with other issues you may have, and to pray with you if you'd like us to.


On Thursdays during school term time we invite neighbours of all ages to join us to play games, have a natter, sip coffee and nibble a cake or two (or three!).


Warm, friendly and no pressure to do anything but be yourself, we'd love to see you between 2.00pm and 4.00pm.


Not sure if you'll know anyone? Drop us a note using the 'get in touch' page and one of us will give you a call.

relaxed, informal conversation

Morning Worship

man worshipping

A time for worship, teaching and fellowship, this is one of our main weekly gatherinngs.


Our meetings always begin with worship in order to bring our focus towards Jesus. We believe in giving space and time to praise God, to celebrate His work in creation, salvation and our future hope, and allowing Him to speak to us through the Holy Spirit.


Also central to this Sunday morning gathering is time for bible based teaching. Right now we're looking at what holy living means in practice. You can hear some of the talks in the resources section of this web site.


The third important element of our meeting is to spend time with each other, sharing our experiences and getting to know each other. We encourage everyone to stay at the end of the service for a tea or coffee and enjoy this fellowship.

Breaking of Bread

bread and wine

The Breaking of Bread, also known as Lord's Supper or Communion, is a time of remembering Jesus and all that has done for us.


Jesus himself took some bread and wine and shared it with his followers just before he was arrested in the events that led up to that first Easter. He asked his followers to continue to participate in this feast as a way of identifying with him.


We set time aside every week to share these symbols in a simple style, taking the opportunity to express our thanks to God for His amazing love for us.

English Language Classes

Free English Lessons are offered by Neighbours Worldwide to anyone in need. All the teachers & helpers are volunteers from local churches. Classes are run on Tuesdays & Wednesdays from 10am until 11:45am durnig School terms. Currently we have 4 different levels/classes.


Lesson are free, however each student is asked to contribute £5.00 each term. We welcome anyone who needs help with learning English. If you have some spare time and would like to get involved with this work then please, do contact us.