Arriving at Church
We have a large area for parking at the front, the side and back of the church. Those with wheelchairs, and mobility difficulties tend to prefer the back car park because the other parking areas have several steps leading up to the church entrance. There are two disabled car parking spaces at the back of the church.
Entering the Church
When you come into the church, someone will greet you at the door and usually offer you a copy of the monthly notices
You can sit anywhere you feel comfortable, unless it has a notice on it specifically saying it is reserved.
Any books you may need such as song books or bibles will be in the pew racks in front of you.
If you are not sure what to do, just follow everyone else or, if you prefer, you can just remain seated throughout the service. The atmosphere in worship is relaxed. You don't have to worry about "making a mistake" -- no one will be judging how you act.
Come as you are -- there's no dress code. You'll see men and women wearing jeans or chinos, business suits, and everything in between.
Children of all ages are welcome in the services. If you're worried about bringing your children to church - don't! Part way through the morning service the normal practice is for the children to go out to their own classes or, in the case of little ones, to the crèche.
However, if you prefer to keep your children with you or they would rather not go, no-one will force them to go out.Above all, we are a family church -so we expect "family noises".