Thinking of Visiting

You can expect a warm friendly welcome should you come and join us.

Our morning services start at 10.30am and will finish by 12 noon. At the end of the service we serve tea, coffee, juice and biscuits (doughnuts if you’re really lucky)  for those who wish to stay. This is a great opportunity to say hello and get to know us a bit better.

Here are a few questions you may be wondering the answers too:

What are the services like?

We aim to make our worship services as accessible as possible and at present we a mix of contemporary songs and traditional hymns but at we are starting to explore different forms of worship.

We regularly use video clips and other activities to explore our theme that day.

Each month on the third Sunday we hold a communion service where we share bread and wine together to celebrate Jesus’ death and resurrection.

What should I wear?

When you come to Hill Street we want you to feel comfortable, so come as you are. You will see people wearing anything from jeans and a t-shirt to suit and a tie, so please come as you feel comfortable.

Will there be something for children?

Simply, YES. At Hill Street we worship as an inter-generational church family, this means the children are part of our worship each week. There is often an activity which can be done during the talky bit (sermon), some services are fully interactive and others are based around discussion, it’s often not the same two weeks on the trot. We also have a creche corner that anyone with young children can use doing the service, and don’t worry, we’re used to noise and little ones wandering about.

Where do I park?

Good question, there is a free car park next to the church which has a couple of disabled bays and there is free on street parking on Hill Street.

What does it cost?

Nothing! There is an “offering” in the course of each service when people are invited to contribute to the cost of the church’s work and mission but this is definitely voluntary.

Accessibility

We aim to be an all-inclusive church. Our premises are accessible for those with disabilities as are our toilets, and we have a loop system for the hearing impaired.

What else happens during the week?

If you look at the Church Life Tab you’ll find all sorts of information about different activities which make up the life of our church.

Any other questions……

If you have any other questions please call (insert my phone no) or email our minister Simon at (insert my email)