Wesley church consists of a wide range of different people from all ages and backgrounds. Whoever you are, you are very welcome. If you are new to us – or even new to church – you may find the following guide to our Sunday worship helpful.

When to arrive.
10.30 am. Every Sunday for our morning service. If it's your first visit, then it's probably best to turn up about 10 minutes early. But don't worry if you're late - come in anyway. 
6.30 pm. Twice a month 
for our evening service.

Getting in.
Wesley is on the street corner. The main entrance is set back alongside the car park and is of fairly recent glass construction. There will be people ready to say hello there.
The car park is free, though it gets very full on a Sunday morning. Our premises are accessible for those using wheelchairs and we have reserved parking spaces near the entrance.
For directions to reach us please see the Find Us page.

What to wear.
We are an informal church and welcome people as they are, so wear whatever you feel comfortable in. There is no need to dress up, but if you would like to, that’s fine too.

What to expect.
We start our morning service at 10.30am with a welcome, a prayer and a hymn. Then there is an  all-age or children’s address, after which the children and young people go out to Junior Church while the rest of us remain to listen to the Bible readings, hear the leader’s insights into their relevance and meaning for our modern lives, and join in with more hymns and prayers, particularly for others and the world. 
The hymns and readings are projected on to a screen, though you can ask for a hymn book if you prefer. The audio is amplified and we have a hearing loop. 
We take up an offering during all Sunday services, but if you are a visitor, please don’t feel obliged to contribute. The service finishes around 11.30am, though later (about 11.45am) if there is communion, which is once a month. We have refreshments after the morning service, and we hope you'll want to stay.

Our evening services start at 6.30pm and are quieter and more meditative in character. Children are of course welcome, but there is no Junior Church. The evening service finishes around 7.30pm and there is communion once a month.

Whether you are just looking into Christianity for the first time or have been a Christian for many years, we hope that you will feel comfortable with us, draw closer to God, and be encouraged and inspired by the service.

Is it just Sundays?
Although we meet on Sunday, God is with us all week long and we aim to lead lives pleasing to him. We're not perfect and we do make mistakes, but we desire to make a positive difference in everything we do. To further encourage us, we have midweek Small Groups. Small groups are a great way to get to know others in the church, to explore the Bible and what it has to say to us, and to be real with each other about everyday living. Most of our groups now meet via Zoom, though a couple still meet in person.