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Our Sunday morning services begin at 10.30am and are held in the main hall of Southgate Community Centre. Our worship style is informal and modern with a good music tradition, and an expectation of sound biblical teaching. Services are led by our Minister or members of the church and we regularly welcome visiting preachers.
1st Sunday of each month - Together on Sunday Service Come and join us for our all-age family service where everyone from 0 to 100 stays together to celebrate God’s love and goodness to us.
3rd Sunday of each month Communion is celebrated as part of this service. We welcome anyone who loves the Lord to share at the Communion table and all are welcome to receive a blessing.
Sunday Club Children and young people receive teaching and fellowship in Sunday Club. They join with the church family for the first part of the service at 10.30am. After a short time of worship, Bible reading and prayer they go out to their own groups to learn about God and Jesus through age appropriate crafts, games and activities, all with a gospel message. There are two age groups, 4-8 and 9-13.
Liquid Sundae This group for teenagers meet on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays of each month and worships with the whole church for longer than the younger children and leaves at an appropriate time to share in Bible Study and discussion, more suited to their age and level of understanding.
Services and Sunday Club aim to finish no later than 11.50am.
Refreshments are available before and after every morning service.
Two quiet rooms are available after the service where our dedicated prayer team will pray for you and your concerns if you wish.
1st Sunday of each month. There is a Breaking of Bread service on the first Sunday of each month, at 6.30pm in the Church Centre.
2nd Sunday of each month (but please check the calendar in case of changes) Cafe Theology, 5.15pm to 6.30pm. This is a new venture for Southgate Church and gives the opportunity to go deeper into Scripture. After a short teaching session on a carefully chosen passage, there is discussion and debate about the issues and challenges raised and how these might best be applied to our lives. It comes with the warning that it will possibly be life changing.