Meetings

Sunday 11:00 am - Family service.  The service consists of a mix of songs both old and new, prayers, a Bible reading and then a talk based on the passage read from the Bible...  A collection is taken, but we do this as part of our praise to God and visitors should feel completely free to pass the collection on.  By 12:15pm we're usually assembled in the church hall enjoying refreshments. A hearing loop system is provided for those who use hearing aids.

During the service there is a crèche for tiny tots and just before the talk is given to the adults, children and young people leave for their own meetings. Parents and carers of young children are welcome to stay with their children in the crèche as the speaker's message is relayed through to the crèche.
 
Sunday 6:00pm – Breaking of bread. This is a simple celebration of the Lord’s Supper or ‘Holy Communion.’  It takes place every Sunday apart from the last Sunday in the month, when it is included in the morning service.
 
Monday 9:30am – 11:30am – Bethesda Tots.  A play and sing session with refreshments for babies, pre-schoolers and their carers.  Places are limited and need to be booked in advance.
 
Monday, 3rd in the month at 7.30pm - Ladies Bible study. Whether new to Bible studies or familiar, there is room for women of all ages. (Currently taking a break until further notice.) 
 
Tuesday Fellowship  7:45pm - 9:15pm. The 1st Tuesday in the month is a dedicated time of prayer at Bethesda; the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Tuesdays we meet in homes for a time studying and discussing the Bible together. (A further House Group also meets on the following Thursdays at 8pm.)
 
Wednesday, 1st in the month at 10:30am - Ladies coffee morning.  We offer refreshments in an informal atmosphere as we listen to a visiting speaker each month. 
 
Thursday 7:45pm – 9pm - TXF.  Fun, games and a teaching time for young people in school years 7 – 11.

Friday, 3rd in the month at 10am - Knit and Natter.  Supporting Christian Missionaries abroad and sending gifts for them to pass on to the local people of their community. No knitting experience needed! Refreshments provided.