About Sunday Services
All our services have moved online in light of the COVID-19 outbreak. We are running two live services on a Sunday at 10:30 am and 6:30 pm, which will continue online until further notice. There is also now the option to visit us on a Sunday in real-life too. Click here for more information on that.
During ‘normal life’ we meet on Sunday mornings 10.30 am and 6.30 pm at Warden Park Primary Academy, Haywards Heath, RH16 3JR, however during the Covid-19 crisis we are meeting, socially distanced, at our church building on New England Road.
Click here for our Sunday morning programme for this term.
Click here for our Sunday evening programme for this term.
Click here for the dates we are having communion this term.
For many people coming to a church service for the first time is a daunting experience so here’s what you might expect at one of our Sunday morning meetings
What happens at the 10:30am meeting?
We do some singing all together and the person leading the meeting will pray. There might be some news items and a talk especially for the children. About 20 minutes into the meeting the children are invited out to their groups. After that we do some more singing and praying and we have a talk from a part of the Bible that normally lasts about 30 minutes. The meeting normally finishes between 11:45am and midday.
Can I bring my kids along?
We have a large number of children at our gatherings and yours would be most welcome too! There us a large lobby area where you could sit with your baby if needed and there is also a crèche facility and individual programmes during the morning meeting for pre-schoolers through to those in Year 8.
Each of these are fully supervised so that you can leave your children while you enjoy the service. These groups tend to start about 20 minutes into the main meeting. On the second Sunday morning of each month we have an All-Age service where we all stay together in the main meeting hall, except for those who are younger than school age; their groups will still go ahead.
All our volunteers are DBS checked
What do I wear?
You don’t need to dress up in your best clothes or wear a suit – the dress code is casual, so you can feel comfortable.
Does it cost money?
No! Church is completely free. You do not have to pay for your seat, children’s groups or refreshments.
What happens afterwards?
We spend time together to chat and drink tea, coffee and cold drinks. We love people to stay around, but if you have to go, that’s ok too!