Our website provides information about the church and all the different things that happen here. It is also the place to keep up-to-date with the latest news about services and events

This page gives you an overview of what’s on the website, and where to find the information you might need.

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If you have a question about anything, please feel free to get in touch!

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We have services at different times of day in both formal and informal styles, and there is something for all ages.

You can find information on the website about our services on Sundays and other days of the week. There are also regular updates about special services at times of the year.


The church is a popular venue for events, and church members organise or are involved in events around the town. You can find details of forthcoming events on the website, as well as information about annual favourites such as the Pancake Race, Cherry Fair and Christmas Tree Festival.

Church Life

Ours is an active church with lots of different things for people of all ages. People meet to explore faith, take part in activities or just chat over refreshments. The website gives an overview of the different groups with latest information about meeting dates and times.

Here For You

Our church is used at many different times in life. You might be thinking about a baptism, or planning a wedding; you might be wanting some prayer or a place for quiet reflection; you might be needing to organise a funeral. Whatever it is, we are here for you.


Our church is nearly 700 years old and has a rich history. It is most famous for being the church where John Newton was curate, and where he wrote the hymn Amazing Grace for a sermon on New Year’s Day 1773. However the church also has links with Henry John Gauntlett, the organist and songwriter who wrote the tune for “Once in Royal David’s City”, and Thomas Scott, a friend of Newton’s and author of “Scott’s Commentary on The Whole Bible”. Our History section provides information on the building and the people associated with it.


We take safeguarding very seriously. You can find a copy of our safeguarding policy here: