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Sunday Service 10.30am

We are now running our Sunday 10.30 service both 'in-person' and 'online' through our Youtube page.  Our services will start at 10.30am and will include:

  • family news
  • all age family teaching
  • Bible reading
  • sermon
  • prayers
We look forward to welcoming you to our service.  Below you will find information regarding attending this service in-person or online.  

Attending In-Person 

We are very pleased to be able to welcome people back into our church building.  You no longer need to book before you come to any of our services.  In order to keep everyone as safe as possible, we are asking attendees to follow these simple instructions:   

1) Sanitise your hands using the dispenser on entry to the church building. 
2) Keep your facemask on while moving around the church building.  You may remove it once seated.
3) Please respect the clearly marked socially distanced zone.  Spread out and keep your mask on at all times.  
4) If you have Covid symptoms or have been in close contact with a positive case, please join the service online until safe to return.  

Children & young people
During term time, our children's & youth groups break down into the following categories: 

Meeting during the 10.30 service (roughly 10.45am - 11.30am): 
  • Sparklers (Birth - Reception)
  • Junior Gospel Rock (Year 1 - Year 3)
  • Gospel Rock Seniors (Year 4 - Year 6)   
  • FROG (Year 7 - Year 9)
Meeting Sunday evenings (7.30 - 9pm):
  • 4:Twelve (Year 10 - Year 13)

Attending via YouTube 

We’ve recently set up a St Patrick's YouTube account.  All our Sunday Services will be streamed here and should be available for you to view again after the service.  Please subscribe to the channel if you’re planning to use this method so we know how many of you we’re reaching. 

Watch online via YouTube: St Patrick's YouTube 

Our team will do our best to help you if you are stuck, email if you need our assistance.  Alternatively, you can contact the church office.  
Sam Lomas, 21/03/2020