Sundays at 10:30am

(Doors open at 10am)

We’re excited that we’re now able to welcome over 300 people into our building to celebrate Sunday services together in person. This means that united as one congregation, we're able to gather in person as well as online on Facebook & YouTube.



In accordance with government guidelines we’re excited to welcome you in person. Reserving a seat will be mandatory, so please follow the button below to do so. You can also watch from home, on Facebook or Youtube.

Our building will be new for everyone and it will take a little time to get to know the ins and outs. Why not have a look at this video to see what you can expect on a Sunday visit to make you feel right at home and comfortable with these amazing new surroundings.

King's Creche

King's is passionate about the smallest and youngest members of our congregation and make them feel at home in our church on Sundays. Our Creche team have thought-out programs that aim to teach, challenge and provide a lot of fun for children from the age of 1 to 4+.

We have divided the children into two sections. Namely the “Little Acorns creche” (1 to 3-year-olds) and the “Pre-school creche”(3-4+ year olds) - this creche will consist of ante preschool and preschool children that attend the school systems.

Both creches will run for the duration of the service. Children may be dropped off 15 minutes before the service begins. There is NO compulsion to drop your children off at this stage and if you find that this is too long (10:15-11:45) then feel free to keep your children with you during the worship and bring them to creche at the end of worship before the preach begins.

King's Kids

Our King's Kids team are passionate about teaching children about Jesus, having fun and finding creative ways to engage with the children meaningfully. We run a bible based programme in person during our Sunday service as well as provide additional online content. For detailed info, please visit the King's Kids page on our website: Click

Kids Building Guide

Frequently Asked Questions

We understand that with slowly coming to the end of the pandemic and entering a new church building there’ll be many questions. Below is a list of frequently asked question that will hopefully provide the answers you need.

If you are no longer able to attend the service, then please let us know. You can either cancel your spot by clicking the link on your email confirmation. Or you can contact the church office so we can cancel your place for you. This will allow us to be able to offer your place to someone else who is on the waiting list to attend church.

If you are feeling unwell and have any signs of coronavirus at all, then please follow the government guidance on what to do, keep other people safe and stay at home.

For more information, visit the NHS Guide:

  • We have reviewed the government guidance and we have also reviewed our capacity for a socially distanced service.
  • The check in process is designed so you have as few touch points as possible when you come into church, don’t forget to bring your email confirmation so our friendly welcome team can get you checked in.
  • There are hand sanitising stations as you enter the building as you make your way around the building, please use these as you move around
  • For a more detailed overview on safety for our Sunday services, view our Risk Assessment: Risk Assessment

If you show up for church but haven’t booked a place for either the watch party or the Main Auditorium service, we can not guarantee that you will be granted admission.

Yes, there are several bus links that will help you get to our building. In particular, check the timetables for busses 1, 1B, and 2:

Bus Timetable (click)