What's on



9.00 to 9.30am Care Team meeting

9.30 to 11.30 am (Term time only) Little Lights toddler group

6.15 to 7.30 pm 12th Morecambe Brownies and Rainbows


10.00 am first & third Tuesdays of each month - Mens Fellowship at Bare

10.30 am as announced in our Weekly Notices - Bible Fellowship house group


6.15 to 7.45 pm 11th Morecambe Brownies


12 noon Thursday Lunch Companions

2.00 pm Ladies Fellowship


3.15 pm on selected Fridays Messy Church


9.30 am Prayer Fellowship


On Sundays, we hold our Worship session in the sanctuary from 10.30 am. All are welcome. We praise and worship Jesus, who is our Saviour and Redeemer, and learn from our preacher for the day about the love of God. Our preachers vary from week to week, but there is a consistent theme centred around the completely free gift of Grace - which none of us can earn. God gave his Son for all our sakes, and did so expecting nothing in return.   So we offer back whatever we can out of gratitude, along with prayer and song.


Our youngsters leave during every service to enjoy their own sessions as "Live Wires" and "Bright Sparks" and usually return to take part in our Holy Communion on those Sundays when we hold one.


This is a VERY different event!

Messy Church is a global organisation which holds meetings in churches and halls all across this country and the world. It is a stand-alone activity organised by local people and aimed 

primarily at families who have no church connections at all. 

What happens?

First, our church provides the space. Then we meet and greet and eat in what is quite a party atmosphere.

Then comes the Messy part, as children and adults engage in a variety of craft activities which are often sticky and colourful, and of course noisy. Everybody interacts and good friends are made, while at the same time a gentle Christian theme is presented. The only obligation is to have FUN together.

Messy Church meetings are advertised by a banner on our building near the time, and by word of mouth. There is no shortage of participants and all families with young children are welcome. 


Our premises are in use every day. In addition to our own meetings listed above, other local organisations gather to share their common interests. These include two Art groups, greetings card makers, dance/drama group, keep fit and gentle exercise classes, childrens parties, and one-off charity events.


We have a fairtrade stall in our hall after Sunday morning worship at least once a month, where a wide range of fairly traded ethical products may be purchased. It is our aim to become an official Fair Trade church.