SERVICES & SERMONS
Our Sunday worship services begin at 10.30am and 6.30pm
Sunday Morning Worship
10:30 am until 11:45 am approx -
It consists of Family worship, music, prayers, Scripture reading and a
sermon. Please be sure to read our Coronavirus guidelines before attending.
Children’s church is currently unavailable but our general services is inclusive of members of all ages.
We celebrate the Lord’s supper twice a month on the first and third
Sunday to which our young people join in.
After each service refreshments are available for all.
A Creche is available for babies from birth to 3 years.
We value the occasions when we have united services with our Anglican
and Methodist (URC) neighbouring churches, and partners (Churches
Uniting in Central Sutton, CUCS) at least three times a year.
All Sunday morning services are back in church and live streamed on Zoom,
details and links can be found on the calendar
Sunday Evening Worship
All our Evening services are united with our Churches Uniting in Central
Sutton partners, taking place in each Church (Sutton Baptist, Trinity, and
St Nicholas) on a monthly rotation.
They are held at 6.30pm and usually last about an hour.
The format is more informal, reflective and intimate than in the mornings,
and the services are often small and held in one area of the church or
hall rather than the main body church.
At present there is no evening children’s church.
All Sunday evening worship is currently suspended until further notice
Our church does have wheelchair access to the side. Our door
stewards will help you gain access and get seated.
Our church is equipped with a hearing loop system.
All the words for our worship songs are projected onto a screen at the front
of the sanctuary, large font song sheets can be provided to those who need them.
A crèche is provided for morning services, catering for babies aged from birth to 3yrs,
so that parents and carers can take part in the service.
The crèche has at least two DBS-checked volunteers looking after the children.
When you leave your child, please help our volunteers by ensuring
they know and have on record the child's name, your name and your contact details.
If your child is new to crèche, you are encouraged to stay with them for some
or all of their first few visits to help "settle" them.
If your child is unable to settle and cannot be placated, the volunteer teachers
will come into the church service to find you.