The Church, built in 1854, was modernised about twenty years ago to enable it to serve the needs of the members and the village more effectively. The church is situated in the heart of the village community in Main Street. There is parking in the street and in the nearby village car park. The worship space, now adapted for social distancing, is an attractive area which caters for worship, prayer, bible study, as well as the monthly Coffee Mornings.
Sunday worship is held every week at 10.00 am, with Holy Communion celebrated on the third Sunday in the month. A united service is held twice a quarter at the Bingham Methodist Centre. We have a close relationship with our Anglican friends and support each other at special services and festivals. Together with St. Peter’s Church and the churches in Bingham we share a Families and Youth Worker who is responsible for organising Messy Church that is held in our church on the third Tuesday in most months. This event is attended by about 20 children and their parents and is supported by volunteers from both our churches. Messy Church continued to function throughout the pandemic. ‘Messy Church in a bag’ was delivered monthly to our families and monthly worship was held on zoom. We are delighted that from 17th March Messy Church will begin again in person and will meet thereafter on the third Thursday in the month from 3.45 – 4.45 pm.
Covid has had a serious impact on our activities, From the beginning of the pandemic all our members supported the zoom services from Bingham, but from May 2021 we have returned to worshiping in our own Church. We demonstrated our witness in the village at Easter by inviting the community to dress a Cross outside the Church. Our weekly services began in May and it is hoped that Messy Church will begin again shortly.