Sunday morning worship begins at 10.30 am and includes a mixture of both traditional and modern styles. Teaching and preaching is Jesus focussed and relevant for today.
The first part of the service includes the whole church family and then our children and young people leave for their own activities, according to age group. The first part of the service includes songs, prayers and stories along with news of our church family. The second part of the service is usually focussed on teaching and prayer.
On the third Sunday of each month, and occasionally at other times, we share in Communion together.
All-age worship takes place at least 3 times a year, but particularly on Mothering Sunday, Harvest and Christmas. We also participate in the regular United Services as part of Churches Together in Louth.
Our services are usually led by our Minister, Rev. Richard Jevons, with other people from the fellowship taking part.
Following the service, refreshments are served in the church hall, where we encourage everyone to stay behind and enjoy a time of fellowship together.