Welcome to our website

Whether this is your first time, or you regularly visit this site then you are made most welcome. If you are able, we would love to meet you in person as well. Why not come along this Sunday at 6.45PM for our Gospel Meeting?

Do you have children? Then check out our Thursday Bible Hour page for details about our kids work.

On this site you will find information about us, what we believe and when we meet etc. In summary we are a small, independent church or, more accurately, assembly of Christians. Responsibility for the care and guidance of the church lies in the hands of the elders. The teaching and preaching is done by those in the church whom God has equipped for that task. We also invite speakers from farther afield to give us help from time to time. All members of the church are encouraged to exercise the gifts that God has given them. We believe that each member has a unique gift which should be exercised for the benefit of all. We believe however that the Bible teaches that public teaching and worship is the responsibility of the men (1 Cor 14:34; 1 Tim 2:8, 11).

Our aim is to serve the community in which we have been placed by reaching out to them with the gospel, the good news that the Lord Jesus through His death and resurrection can save them from their sins. We welcome all visitors to our gatherings. Membership of the church and participation in the Lord’s Supper is open to those who have been saved, baptised and adhere to the “apostles’ doctrine and fellowship” - “They that gladly received his word were baptised: and the same day there were added unto (the church at Jerusalem) about three thousand souls. And they continued steadfastly in the apostles' doctrine and fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and in prayers.” (Act 2:41-42).

All will be made most welcome, if you need transport to and from the hall please get in touch on either 663 0458 or 660 1256, alternatively CLICK HERE to leave a message on the enquiries page.




Behold, now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation. 2nd Corinthians ch.6:2