Sunday Church

In the Bible God tells us how important it is to keep meeting together, as we seek to encourage one another in our Christian walk. That’s what we aim do at SCF!

Morning Service: 10:00am

We believe that our time of gathered worship should be meaningful and accessible to the whole church family.

Most weeks the children will stay in for the whole service with tailored sheets to help them get the most out of God’s word. On other weeks they’ll head out part way through for their own teaching time.

We also have a Crèche available for babies and those of pre-school age (please make use of this at any time during the service).

Our aim is that this time together will be relevant to both the Christian and the seeker.

After the service there’s an opportunity to get to know us a bit better over a drink and a cake!!

Come along in what you are most comfortable in. The Lord Jesus invites us to ‘come as we are’!
Entering a place where you have never been before can be a daunting experience. There is nothing special that you have to do in our services. You will not be judged! We aim to make everyone feel as comfortable as possible.

Not a problem and please do not feel embarrassed. We are a church that welcomes families and children. During the morning service we run a creche every week for the younger ones and a Sunday School on some weeks for primary age children. This will be explained to you on arrival or at the beginning of the service so that you know what to expect and when!

Evening Service: 6.00pm

These services vary in format and are normally more informal. They include worship, a longer time of prayer and often some deeper Bible teaching or discussion on contemporary issues.

The Lord’s Supper

Most weeks, either in the morning or in the evening, we take time to reflect on what Our Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ did for us on the cross. Jesus Himself instructs us in the Bible to ‘do this in remembrance of me’, as we partake of a simple meal of remembrance. This is often referred to as ‘Communion’ or the ‘Lord’s Supper’. It is open to all who have placed their trust in Jesus; those who do not-yet believe are encouraged to stay and observe.