Church is for everyone, whoever you are, however much or however little faith you might have.
We gather together on Sundays at 11am and you would be so welcome to join us.
We meet in the historic House Mill, just above the cafe. Come for church, stay for the coffee and cake!
Or, click below to join on zoom
The House Mill is an historic building on Three Mill Lane, just over the bridge from Tesco, and round the corner from Three Mills Green. We meet above the cafe that runs there on a Sunday - so come through the cafe and look for the signs. There is a lift if you can't use the stairs.
Clothes would be good!
Some people get worried about dressing up for church, or things they need to bring or be. Just be yourself - we're a community of ordinary people, honest about our own struggles and shortcomings so just come as you are.
We believe church is for everyone - from the faithful to the faithless, from the believer to the sceptic. From the one who's got it all together to the one who's lost it all. Whoever you are, you are welcome in this community, we would love to meet you.
We'll be following government guidelines carefully to make our gatherings safe in this time. We'll ask you to wear a mask and maintain physical distance from those not in your household. But through this, we'll look to grow deep and real community.
To help us keep everyone safe, it would be so helpful if you could let us know if you're planning to come; just fill in the form at the bottom of the page.
If you would rather, you can also join our community virtually - let us know in the form below and we'll send you a link.
COVID puts some restrictions on us, but we'll seek to create a real space of connection, life, laughter and encounter with God.
We'll play some music, say some words together, hear some of the Bible, and some stories and thoughts about the story of Jesus and what it means for our lives. We'll offer some prayers and share communion; the meal Jesus left us.
Most of all, we'll help each other to leave well; to go out into their week knowing they are not alone but are deeply and truly loved.