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Sunday Gatherings

Our meetings are relaxed and informal and you don’t need to wear anything special. They last about an hour.

We love to worship Jesus, share encouragements and testimonies, and discuss the bible. There’s a crèche for the younger children and kids groups that run for pre-schoolers and primary school-aged children.

Just turn up: 3pm, Uphall Community Centre

Midweek Community Groups

Our homegroup meets midweek through the year in one-anothers homes. They're a great change to develop deeper relationships with one-another and with God.

A typical evening will include time to chat over coffee, time to get into the bible, pray and share stories of God's goodness together

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Kidswork & Youth

Every Sunday our kids enjoy a great time together. We have three kids groups, from nursery aged kids through to secondary teenagers.

They often enjoy fun, games, songs, getting into the bible, exploring and sharing the life of faith together.

Just turn up: 3pm Uphall Community Centre

Weekend Away

We're heading away together for a great chance to deepen relationships, depend on God, and show his goodness to one-another. We'll have loads of fun, enjoy time with guests, and make some memories together.

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The Feast

The Feast is a warm, welcoming space where anyone can come for a free hot meal. Every Friday through winter, 5.30-6.30pm at Forestbank Community Centre (Ladywell).

Some come for a bit of warmth, others for a good meal, and others for the company. Whatever your reason for coming, you’ll be made very welcome.

Just turn up: 5.30pm, Forrestbank Community Centre.

Messy Church & All-together Sundays

We love being a church of all ages. At Messy Church we enjoy crafts, games and activities followed by food, exploring what Jesus means for us. It's a great chance to try out church if you have young ones.

Our all-together Sundays are where we enjoy being an intergenerational church. At these, there's something for everyone. Worship, prayer, hands-on activities and a chance to help each other grow and learn together.

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Community Life

We regularly enjoy social times together – games of football and pool are popular, as are coffees shop visits and walks.

These are usually arranged informally, although once a year we love going away for a weekend together and our Sunday gatherings and home groups are often a springboard for community.

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