We are a Church of England church where people from all walks of life and every age and stage come together to worship God, support one another and seek to love and serve our local community.
Everyone is welcome so just turn up and come as you are.
We meet together on Sundays at 10am for our morning service. Children are welcome at all of our services and our building is wheelchair accessible.
Most services are Holy Communion services which include singing, Bible readings, a sermon and prayers. On the first Sunday of each month we have our All-Age Service which does not have communion but includes creative and fun elements as we learn about God in different ways.
It has been announced that Rachel Gardner will be joining us at Immanuel and St Andrew Church as our Curate in the summer of 2024. We are very much looking forward to welcoming her as she serves her curacy with us for the next three years. Please be praying for […]
November is a time when we often pause to reflect and remember those we have loved and lost. It is the traditional time of year when we have memorial services as the church celebrates All Saints Day and All Souls Day on the 1st and 2nd of November. All Saints […]
We proud to announce that we will be running a Money Course this month. The CAP Money Course is a free course that will teach you budgeting skills and a simple, cash-based system that works. In a few weeks, you will get to grips with your finances so you can […]
At some point in our lives we will be all experience the loss of a loved one. Grief can be a lonely and isolating experience. For many the opportunity to come together and learn about how we grieve and talk with others is a helpful process. We will be running […]
Holy week is an opportunity to go on a journey. It is to walk with Jesus through his final week leading up to his death and resurrection. We meet Jesus on the road into Jerusalem and wave our palms to greet him. We remember how he washed his friends feet […]
7.30pm, 22nd February You are welcome to come to a reflective service of Holy Communion including imposing of ashes. Lent is a time to pause and reflect. We reflect on life, death and faith and often it’s a time when we try to lose bad habits and pick up good […]