As a church, we celebrate communion once a month (normally on the third Sunday morning of each month).


Communion (sometimes known as the Lord's Supper) is a special time where together, we remember Jesus' sacrifice on the cross for each of us as individuals. We read special words spoken by Jesus on the night before his death and remember Jesus as we eat a piece of bread and drink some grape juice. Communion normally forms part of our normal worship service.


If you're unable to get to church, but would still like to be offered communion, please contact a member of the leadership team via the Contact Us page who will be happy to arrange a visit.


(Please note, we use non-alcoholic wine at our communion services)