Sunday Morning Services at 10.30am


3rd December: Tony Russell

10th December: The Minister

Gift Service: Parade service

All gifts will be donated to Whitechapel Mission 

17th December: The Elders

Carol service with congregation

Tuesday 19th December: When Christmas Hurts…..

A service of remembrance and hope

Service starts at 2.30pm

24th December: The Minister: Christmas Eve

Holy Communion

Monday 25th December: The Minister: Christmas Day

Service starts at 10.00am

Collection for Hope Health Action

31st December: Alan Kienlen: New Year’s Eve

7th January 2024: Tony Russell

14th January 2024: The Minister

21st January 2024: Martin Leonard

28th January 2024: The Minister - Holy Communion

Sunday 10th December – Christmas Parade and Gift Service

As in previous years, we will be collecting for Whitechapel Mission, which has been serving the homeless and marginalised in its area of London for nearly 150 years. The Mission serves breakfast every day, and also offers showers on weekday mornings with clean clothing, a day centre which opens every day of the year, medical help and advice designed to help people off the streets. They now offer computer access too. All of this is free.

But the numbers turning to them have gone up by 25% and they constantly need help from their supporters. Please could you bring donations of warm clothing and toiletries, which will be collected by Tony Miller on the 13th. They are particularly in need of:


Towels; Men’s clothing and underwear – all sizes

Women’s winter clothing

Woollen hats, scarves and gloves


Sleeping bags and blankets

Small rucksacks

Men’s shoes

Razors and Shaving foam

Toothbrushes and Toothpaste


Shower Gel



If you would like to know more about the charity, you can find out at

Tuesday 19th December, 2.30pm – When Christmas Hurts ….

A Service of Remembrance and Hope

A special service for anyone who wants to pause in the busynes Christmas to remember, to hope, and to pray. We will light candles in memory of those we have loved and lost.

All are welcome – there are leaflets at the back of the church – please take one to pass on to any friends who may appreciate this time of quiet and reflection.

!!!!!If you are able to help to welcome any visitors, or to serve tea, coffee and mince pies after the service, please let Alison know.