Sunday Mornings 

We run one Sunday morning gathering, except on the last Sunday of every month and on some other special occassions when we run one joint gathering (see joint events below).

We meet at 10.15am at our church building on South Hill Road, Bracknell (Click here for a map and directions).

Big Story Sunday Joint Events

Please note that on the last Sunday of the month we have a morning service when we join together  at 10.15am at our church building on South Hill Road. We call these events our Big Story Sundays and we gather everyone together - children, young people, adults and older people. On Big Story Sundays there are no evening gatherings.

Action Sundays 

From time to time we hold an Action Sunday. On these days instead of meeting for our regular gatherings we meet to work together on some project or projects that help other people. In the past these have included making up shoeboxes full of presents to go to children around the world at Christmas, litter picking in the local community, doing work at local schools and nurseries. Look out for details of our next Action Projects.


Sharing food together is a great way of meeting people, chatting and getting to know more about what happens in the life of our church. On a Sunday Morning we have lots of opportunities for you to enjoy eating and meeting!

On our regular Sunday Morning we serve tea, coffee, cold drinks and biscuits after the service.
Once a month after the All Age Big Story service we serve tea, coffee, cold drinks and cake.


The morning gathering includes Remix - our exciting activities for 2-11 year olds. At Remix the children learn about God in ways that are fun, exciting and creative. Puppets, film clips, crafts and stories are all used to bring to life the theme of the day. Click here for more about Remix.


Our 10.15 morning gathering also includes Unity - exciting activities for 11-16 year olds (school years 7 to 11). At Unity the young people learn about God in ways that are relevant to them, whilst playing games, chatting and eating sweets. Click here for more about Unity.