We meet on Sunday mornings at 10.45am and are blessed with relevant, encouraging and provoking services led by a wide range of preachers, Anglican and Methodist, ordained and lay. As our village is at the centre of some beautiful countryside, retiring ministers, from both denominations, come to live in the locality. They often make themselves available to conduct services in local churches - a situation from which we benefit.

The children’s group known as Sunday Friends stay for the first ten minutes of the service when the preacher by hymn, prayer, talk and activity involves them in the service. After the service, fellowship continues with Tea/Coffee and biscuits. This is the vital opportunity when as a community we can exchange news, talk to the minister and relate to the children.. Normally we have a Communion Service once a month conducted by Methodist and Anglican clergy in turn.