We're a friendly group of people of different ages, come from different backgrounds, have different stories but who love Jesus and love each other. 

Here are some of the things that are important to us as a church…


We are an Anglican church that is part of AMiE. That means we belong to a church that is scriptural, historical and global. Our basis is thoroughly scriptural as seen in the 39 articles and we unite with Anglicans throughout history and around the world who hold to the teaching of the Bible.

We love the BIBLE

The Bible is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness so that we are thoroughly equipped for every good work. Every word in the Bible speaks into every area of our lives today and therefore it’s at the heart of all we do.


In the Bible both the Father and the Spirit put the spotlight on the Son. The central event in human history involved Jesus being lifted up on a cross with all eyes on him. The Father is honoured when we honour Jesus. The Spirit is delighted when we focus on Jesus. We therefore want our main focus to be Christ and him crucified.


As a church we want to make deep disciples, not just shallow spectators. We want to take seriously the call to follow Jesus by helping one another to: grow in our relationship with him so we can become more like him and live more for him.


Jesus didn’t tell his followers to wait for people to come to them, he told them to go! We therefore want everyone to commit to being part of the community, so they can know and love people who don’t know Jesus. We want to love as Christ does, sharing him with both our words and actions.

We're a FAMILY

The church is a family and we want to reflect that in the way we genuinely love and care for one another. We hope all ages and stages feel valued and loved within the church, and that we can all help one another to grow in Christ.

We love GRACE

Church isn’t a place for perfect people, we’re weak people who daily need God’s grace. We need to constantly remind one another of his undeserved kindness to us in Christ so we’ll love him more and have lives transformed by grace.


Romans 12:13 says, ‘Practice hospitality’. That’s exactly what the early church did. In Acts we regularly see people gathering together in each other’s homes – sharing meals, praying together, listening to teaching, just sharing their lives. We want our church to love one another in the same way.