The focus of our worship is God himself. Our services do include some of the more traditional elements of worship like creeds and some set prayers. These set us in the context of a worshipping tradition that reaches back to the Early Church. But the emphasis is on encountering God in a relaxed but reverent environment.
At the heart of each service there are twin emphases on Word and Sacrament that is preaching and sharing the bread and wine in Holy Communion which serves as a weekly reminder of the presence of Jesus among us and his death on the cross for us. 

Sunday Worship

First, Third and Fifth Sundays of the month:

9am:         Cymun Bendigaid (traditional Welsh)

10.30am:  Holy Communion and Sunday School

Second and Fourth Sundays:

9am:         Holy Communion (traditional English). No hymns but a short sermon.

10.30am:  Holy Communion and Sunday School

Holy Communion at 9am, in traditional language (alternatively traditional Welsh with hymns), is a quieter more reflective service. Each has a short sermon. 

Holy Communion at 10.30am is less traditional and more relaxed.  It is in modern language and includes more modern hymns and music.  Children join in at the start of the service before leaving for Sunday School in the Parish Centre and returning for a blessing at Holy Communion.

Wednesday Worship

10.30am:   Holy Communion (with Ministry of Healing on 1st Wednesday of each month)

Everyone is welcome to enjoy refreshments and a chat in the Parish Centre after 10.30am services on Sundays and Wednesdays.