Thinking of Visiting? – FAQ
If you’re thinking of visiting us for one of our Sunday Services, we have put together the following questions and answers so you know what to expect. If you have any questions that are not covered on this page, do feel free to get in touch and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Where can I park?
Car parking (for almost 100 cars) is available on the Service Road at Avenida de las Cortes Valencianas; and additional parking is available across the road from the Church. Click or Tap for Map & Directions
What time does your Sunday service start?
10.30am. (It lasts approximately an hour and a half).
What happens when I arrive?
You will be greeted at the Church entrance by our friendly stewards. Please let them know if you have any special seating requirements.
Do you have Bibles available?
Yes Bibles are available at the Reception Desk, please ask a steward on your arrival if you would like to borrow one during the service.
Do you have disabled facilities?
There are a limited number of disabled spaces in the car park should you need to use them. If you have difficulty locating a suitable parking space; please speak to one of the stewards. There are wheelchair access ramps at the front and rear of the building; and disabled toilet facilities are available.
Where do I sit?
There are no set seating plans. You can sit wherever you feel most comfortable. We emcourage folks to ‘fill from the front’ if possible, to allow room for those who might arrive later.
Is there a dress-code?
Clothing is required! Apart from that; come as you wish.
Do you have Sunday School classes?
Yes. We have classes covering the age groups: 4-10’s, and 11-16’s. These classes start approximately half an hour into the service. Please tell one of our stewards before the service starts if you want to make use of the Sunday School and they will introduce you to the relevant teacher who will let you know which room they meet in etc.
What happens during the service?
Our style of worship is mainly lively and charismatic; with a mixture of modern songs and traditional hymns. We take communion most weeks during our morning service (you are more than welcome to join us in that). There are also times of corporate prayer (sometimes in silence and sometimes with people leading a prayer time). There will be a message preached which will normally last around 30 minutes.
What happens after the service?
You are welcome to stay for refreshments – teas / coffees (with cakes and biscuits) in the Foyer / Cafe area after the Sunday morning service. Most people chat for a while before heading home. This is a great time to get to know people if you are able to stay for a while.
Can I arrange a meeting with the Minister or one of the main leaders?
Yes, if you can’t get to see any of them during the service then contact us and we will set this up for you.