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Starting on Wednesday 17 January 2018 for 8 weeks, from 7:30pm at the Vineyard Centre.

Alpha is an opportunity for you to explore the Christian faith, ask questions and share your point of view; whether you’re a Christian or not. This FREE course is made up of sessions that look at a different question around faith and is designed to create conversation, oh and there is also food as well.

Join others like yourself and discover the possibilities of a life less ordinary.

Click here for more details about Alpha and to book your place.



Join us for our hugely popular Glow – community carol service on Christmas Eve, from 6:30pm at the Delphi Centre.

This is a great way to start Christmas – so do invite your family and friends to enjoy the celebrations too. Arrive from 6pm to a warm welcome with drinks and festive treats. The service starts at 6:30pm lasting about an hour, packed with familiar carols, readings, and drama, along with a short talk on the reason for the season.

We are really looking forward to welcoming the community to celebrate the birth of Jesus with carols by glowstick.




Saturday 16 December, 3-5pm, Vineyard Centre

We have been in our new Vineyard Centre a couple of months now and thought it was about time that we invited our neighbours around for a drink, and Christmas is a great time to do that. The drop-in will be an opportunity for people and organisations from our local community to come and say hi and get to know a little more about what we do at the Vineyard Centre.

There will be drink and festive treats to share and fun activities for the kids.

Bring your Santa hats or wear a festive jumper and come and say hello to someone new.




Join us on Sunday 10 December to celebrate God’s Light coming into the world and its significance for us.

There will be a fun café style service with worship, crafts and other activities, led by John Forth and our Planet Vineyard team. There might also be a bit magic. Well, it is Christmas!

This special all-age service starts at 10.30am at the Delphi Centre. There will be fresh coffee and pastries served from 10.00am to welcome you in from the cold.

See you there!




Advent Bring ‘n’ Share Lunch, 3 December, 12.00-2.00pm

Christmas is coming and we’re super excited!

So while we’re all still feeling calm and collected, we thought it’d be fun to have a relaxed Sunday lunch together after our morning service on 3rd December at the Delphi Centre.

All you need to bring is something savoury and sweet to share.

Leave your food on a table in the Caffe Vineyard area when you arrive at the morning service. Or if prefer, ask one of the catering to team to store it in the kitchen for you.

If struggling financially, please feel free to just bring yourself and your family. God always provides!

See you then!





Yup! Christmas is coming! And what better way to start to prepare for the reason for season than with a Real Advent Calendar that tells the story day by day through December.

It’s a fun way for parents, grandparents and Godparents to share the Christmas story.

And, yes, it includes chocolate. behind each window is a Festive Fairtrade chocolate made from a blend of 35% cocoa.

The calendar comes with a 24-page Christmas story activity book designed to be used every day in Advent. This year, the book is illustrated by award winning artist, Alida Massari.

Order yours on Sundays at church and pay and collect on Sunday 26 NovemberPrice: £4.

Each calendar sold will allow for a donation to go towards the work of Traidcraft Exchange
The Leprosy Mission, Christians Against Poverty and Baby Lifeline.







Our talk series this month is called The New Commandments. If you missed a service or simply want to listen to one of our talks, have a listen here.


The last 10 years have been quite an adventure, as we have looked to establish new expressions of God’s love in our town and the surrounding areas.

We want to celebrate it by inviting you to be part of our 10:10 Vision. It’s a reference to the words of Jesus found in John’s gospel: but also to the last ten years and points to the next ten years to come.

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