Sunday 9.30 am - 10.30 am

You can expect a warm welcome, uplifting worship and Bible-based preaching amongst a friendly bunch of people who seek to learn more about God. We have wheelchair access so make sure all can attend.

We have a fantastic programme for children aged 0–14.  Children stay with the grown-up for the first part of the service as we worship (sing songs!) together.  The speaker will make it clear when and where children need to go for their programmes.  You do not need to go with your children unless they are pre-school age.  The children will have great fun playing games, and learning about God in a way that is tailored to their age group.

Please note: All morning services, for the time being, will be undertaken with covid restrictions in mind. 
At this time, we are unable to provide children's activities at our morning services. All children's activities can be found at our afternoon Festival Church service .

Festival  Church  

Every Sunday 5pm - 6pm (in the Rectory Paddock)

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Bring a chair, grab a thermos/drink/snack and join us for Festival Church!
Join us for live music, teaching, discussion and prayers.
Sit in groups of two households or 6 people.
No need to book adults, just come along.

This is our Forest School Style, Sunday School,
with Bible stories around the fire, discussion, songs, woodland crafts and more. 
It is run by trained Forest School (level 3) practitioners. 

(to book, please see link below)


(parental supervision required at all times). 
Little ones have a fenced outside area to play in during Festival Church, with outside toys,
where parents or carers can look after them in a safe place,
whilst also (hopefully!) engaging with Festival Church. 
Children can play together, adults must be socially distanced
in light of covid guidance.

Spaces are limited for all children, so you will need to sign up your child.
Click here to contact Ed Pascoe
our Youth and Children's Co-ordinator,
to find out more.



11.15 am - 12.15 pm 
Click here for the Eridge Church website