What Goes On In Our Church?

Sunday Services

We meet together every Sunday morning at 9:30am to follow a pattern of worship when we share in a mix of songs, prayer, activity, conversation, with stuff for children from contemporary sources – finishing with drinks.

Contact will be returning to church on February 20th 2022. A streaming option is also available at this service for those who have worshipped from a distance during the lockdowns. Send us an email and we’ll forward you the link to join the stream.


We offer a second service on a Sunday morning which follows a pattern of worship which is led by a Local Preacher or Minister, with liturgy, readings and a sermon, with hymns from a variety of sources. This service starts with tea & coffee from 10:30am before worships starts at 10:45am.

We are pleased that the Cameroon Women’s Fellowship are part of our church family.  

Joint Services

On special occasions during the year our two service congregations will come together to celebrate. These services start at 10:00am and usually happen at Christian festivals such as Christmas, Easter and Pentecost.

Wellingborough Methodist Church is part of the Nene Valley Methodist Circuit who we join together with on the fifth Sunday of a month when it occurs to worship together. These services start at 11am and are hosted around the circuit. For more information about these services or the work of the circuit visit their website.

Learning and Caring

Compass Bible Study meets weekly on Zoom at 7:30pm on Tuesday evening.

Meet and Make Welcome is a friendship group open to all which meets every Wednesday at the church from 10:00am – 12:00pm.

In March we host the ecumenical World Day of Prayer Service in the evening.

Our monthly newsletter inTouch keeps us informed.


Collections of food and essential items for the Daylight Centre are a regular part of our calendar.

As a community we continue to raise funds for a number of projects including Action For Children, All We Can, Ataxia UK and The Smile Train.

Our building is available for use by community groups and we are pleased that our lovely premises are regularly enjoyed by others.


Our Fence Projects enable us to engage with the local community:

  • In 2018 we decorated our fence with knitted and crocheted poppies in remembrance of the 100th Anniversary of the end of the First World War.
  • In 2019 we placed stars on the fence as we celebrated Christmas and encouraged the community to take them to decorate their trees and homes.
  • Last Easter, 1700 hand-crafted items were hung on the fence for people to take and share with friends and family. The Easter story was retold and Easter Activity packs were given out.
  • Our Meet and Make Welcome group created holly bunting for the fence.

Find Out More

To find out more about anything that happens in our Church or to join any of our regular activites please speak to us for more information and we can put you in touch with the right person.