What is Church?

Most people think it’s the building, but it is mainly the people.  When Christians gather together to talk about God, that is generally called a church – it could meet in a hall, a home, a school or an ancient building – but it’s the people that count!

What we believe

We believe God is alive and present in our world and we want to share our lives with him.  We meet together to encourage one another, to offer our thoughts and concerns (prayer), to tell him we love him (worship), to listen to him and study his word (reading and listening to the Bible and a talk or sermon)


All Saints’ has level access, room for wheelchairs, a hearing loop and wheelchairs available to borrow. 

There is also accessible toilets in the hall and baby change facilities as well.

St Mary’s has level access to the main body of the church, a hearing loop and accessible toilet. There is room within the grounds for cars of those with mobility problems.

Children in Church

Children are always very welcome in church, whatever their age. There is room for prams and pushchairs.  We want your experience of church to be good for all of you.At our 10.30am service at All saints’ there is usually a Sunday Club for children over 4 or activities within the service for children to join in with , however this is not possible during current restrictions and children must remain wit their carers throughout the service for the timer being.