Our Sunday morning services have worship suitable for all – either with the adults in the Church or in our young peoples offering – Jude’s Club. We mark the major festivals like Harvest, Remembrance, Christmas etc with All Age gatherings.
Our younger folk at our morning gathering, up to 11yrs, have the option of joining our Sunday morning club – Jude’s Club. We also have a creche area in the church for the youngest members of the community.
One Sunday evenings folk can gather from 6pm for some fresh coffee and tea, maybe a biscuit or a muffin too – as we form community in a cafe setting in our Upper Hall (behind the Church) before we gather. From about 6.30 we will sing, have a Bible centered talk and each week will have slightly different focus’ from prayer to contemplation, maybe something more social or sung worship.
We’re also going through lots of changes – buildings and services, small groups and kids. It isn’t just blind busyness, but we are following a firm strategy based on the links between outreach and discipleship.
We have great childrens’ times across the week – not just Sundays – see what’s on offer here. Families can find space, Youth can gather in different ways, folk who want to grow more in their relationship with Jesus often meet up Sunday evenings and our older community are encouraged, especially at our Midweeker (Weds at 10.30am in our Upper Hall).
Parking is easy in our own car park and nearby streets. (Try to avoid Mon to Fri 10 – 11am when there are parking restrictions) We hope to keep up lots of social activities. All folk of any age or background can find friendship here. Together we try to follow Jesus, welcome the Holy Spirit and bring glory to the Father.
We encourage members of the community to support ministries in the city, not just in the church. And it isn’t uncommon for individuals and families to feel a call further afield and we have several of our church family in overseas ministries and missions.To find out more about the ministries we support, visit our Linked Ministries pages.
We maintain close links with Alpha UK, Willow Creek, New Wine and the Purpose Driven Church. We are members of Churches Together In Plymouth and we’re a parish church in Exeter Diocese, a region within the Church of England.