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The 9.00 Congregation

The 9 o’clock congregation meets on Sunday mornings. There is always a service of Holy Communion. This service might be described as a more traditional morning service.

The service begins at 9 am.


The 10.45 congregation

The 10.45 congregation meets on Sunday mornings and it is a congregation of all ages. We aim to be ‘relaxed and informal’. There are many families with young children and a wide variety of children and young people’s groups. On the first Sunday of every month the whole family stay in together.   

The service begins at 10.45 am.

The 6.30 congregation

A service on Sunday evenings at 6.30 which provides opportunities for prayer ministry, quiet reflective worship and stillness before the week begins. Each service includes preaching and teaching from God’s word. We also seek to be sensitive and open to the flow of the Holy Spirit. This includes openness to spiritual gifts and words of prophecy.

On the 2nd and 4th Sundays, our service includes Holy Communion.

The service begins at 6.30 pm.

Thursday Communion

A quiet reflective service in the midst of the week. Join us at 10am on Thursday mornings in Holy Trinity Church for a said Communion service with readings and sermon. All are welcome.

 

The Church of Christ the King

A church in the community for the community

The church of Christ the King was ‘planted out’ as a new church in 1999 in the Radbrook Green Estate. Since then it has gone from strength to strength and now meets in the Radbrook community centre on Sunday mornings. The church welcomes all ages and provides a crèche and a variety of children’s groups.

The service begins at 10.30 am.

The monthly pattern is as follows: -

1st Sunday – Holy Communion
2nd Sunday – Morning Worship
3rd Sunday – All Age Worship
4th Sunday – Morning Worship
(5th Sunday - Morning Worship )

In the centre of Radbrook we have a café known as Café Connect.

The O3 Congregation

As well as providing special groups on Sunday mornings for our young people, we have a youth congregation called O3 which meets on Sunday evenings in the Bradbury Hall in the Trinity Centre. Young people aged 14 to 18 plan and lead their own worship and meet during the week in small groups.


The Church in the Meet Place

The Church in the Meet Place recognises the particular sense of community on the Meole Estate and is aiming to reach out to that community with the love of Jesus.  The church is involved in a number of community projects on the estate and we are trusting that God will extend our work into different areas of life on the estate in the years to come.  We have a morning service on the first Sunday of each month in the community centre on Maesbrook Road by the shops.


The service begins at 11 am.


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