Regular Services: We meet together to worship at 10.30am on Sunday mornings. We share communion once a month, usually on the third Sunday and everyone is welcome to share this with us.
We are a small mixed congregation who enjoy worshipping together. We are open to trying new things in worship and sometimes worship in the hall rather than the sanctuary. Both areas have moveable chairs and so we can be very adaptable. We have a ramp at the side door and welcome wheelchair users and those with limited mobility.
As a United Reformed Church we are part of the reformed tradition and the Bible is at the heart of our worship. Here at Edward Street we enjoy exploring passages from the Bible alongside more modern writings and stories, to help us understand more fully how the Bible relates to our modern world and modern lives.
We enjoy special services at key points in the year and often accompany this with time spent together sharing food. An example of this was our Maundy Thursday Agape, at which we explored the story of the last supper in poem and readings, shared a middle eastern based supper together and then shared communion with one another. The evening ended with the reading of the Gethsemane story from Mark’s gospel and some music. Friends from our partner churches in the Cluster joined us for this evening.Another part of our worship life are informal Bible Studies based on the Bible Society Book Club material. Through these we have the opportunity to explore specific books of the Bible and share our own thoughts of how these apply to our own particular understanding of Jesus and God.
If you would like to know more please do come and join us on a Sunday, or use the Contact Form for more information.