See below for all the latest information on our regular meetings and events.

You can also view our full calendar here.

Regular Events

A meeting for all members of Redeemer Church.

Three times a year on a Sunday evening.

An extended time of praise and worship, with space for prayer and gifts of the Spirit. We’ll have a number of worship leaders who will each lead for a portion of the evening. The idea is to spend time enjoying the presence of God together, hearing his voice and lifting up his name.

Approximately every 6 weeks.

Straight after the service join us for a bring and share lunch.

First Sunday of every month.

A time for the men of the church to be spiritually challenged and go deeper with each other. Meetings include social time, icebreaker games, a short talk and discussion.

Every other month.

Food, Discussion, Prayer and Games for Years 7 – 12.

Every 2 weeks.

An opportunity to share lunch together and get to know one another better. These will be held in homes and there is no need to bring any food!

Once a term.

An evening of prayer for there to be a fresh revival fire in our hearts, our church and our town.

Once a month

A chance to delve deeper into the Bible and strengthen our theological convictions. Topics include subjects such as a Bible overview, baptism & communion, the Trinity, healing, the cross, creation. 

Weekly Events

All are welcome to join as we pray for the church and for our world.
Every Wednesday at 7am on Zoom.

Another opportunity to pray together in your lunch break.

All are welcome to drop in for free coffee, cake and a chat.

Toddler Group for pre-schoolers and their carers.

English Tea Chat is a language class and community group for anyone from around the world.  It meets weekly for conversation practice, informal language lessons, support with the practicalities of living in the UK and international snacks.

Mondays 1 – 2.30pm at the Parish Centre. 

The Intercessory Group is for people who love to pray and are dedicated to persistently praying for our church, community and nation.

Fortnightly on Zoom

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