Welcome! Image 1 Rev. Ruth Fry
A word from our Minister
"We are an active church that seeks to discover God at work in our lives and in the lives of others.

Through worship, learning, caring, service and in sharing the love of Jesus, we look to become His disciples. We are active as Christians in the local community and many groups find a home in our wonderful modern premises.

Whether you are visiting us through the website or at the church itself, we pray that you will glimpse something of the life we share in Christ, and that you may share that life too."

Click here to read letters from the Ministers.

Coronavirus (Covid 19)

The Church is open for worship on Sundays at 11.00am
The midweek service is on Thursdays at 10.30am in the Church
Services will also be available on Zoom
Details are in the weekly notices

Click here to access the weekly order of service sheets
Please phone 023 8026 0128 for any enquiries or pastoral needs

Our Focus this Month
Our Approach to Easter

Lots of eggciting things are happening at CFMC in the run up to Easter!

On 25 March there is 'Who Let the Dad's Out?', our Toddler Group for Dads, Granddads and male carers, with bacon rolls, newspapers and plenty of toys for the little ones from 9.30 am in the Church Hall.

On Sunday April 2nd at 9.30am at the start of Holy Week we have Breakfast Church exploring the Easter Story together and making an edible Easter Garden.

There are no Toddlers and Kid's Clubs during the last week of March but on Monday April 3rd we are having a family fun morning, getting the Easter Holidays off to a cracking start with bouncy castle, slide, the puppets and craft.

If you are in search of something quieter and reflective than the above, then do come to the Lent Meditations at 8pm in the Prayer Corner on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of Holy Week, 3-5 April. There will be about 30 minutes of readings, silence, prayers and music to prepare our hearts and minds for the death and resurrrection of our Lord.

Then on Maundy Thursday, we are having a light supper and communion service from 7pm in the Dovetail Café in commemoration of the Last Supper.

On Good Friday there is worship at 10.30am followed by hot drinks and hot cross buns in the Dovetail Café.

On Easter Sunday we are all invited to bring spring flowers to decorate the oak tree as usual. If you can’t come that morning, there will be a bucket in the Linkway for your flowers on the Saturday. Morning worship is at 11am, preceded and followed by coffee.

We would love to see you at any or all of these events and services!