Services

Coronavirus restrictions

The suspension of church services and meetings in the church buildings is now coming to an end. As of Harvest Sunday, 27 September, Sunday services in church will resume, albeit in restricted and simplified form. Please watch this video if you'd like to know what to expect. 

If you'd like to attend one of our services, please book your place (for free) via our Eventbrite page. Please watch the video below if you're unsure about the process.

Tuesday from 11am–1pm the church building is open for private prayer. Take a look at the church open for private prayer page of our website to see what to expect.

Maintaining fellowship

Our fellowship is alive even when we are unable to meet in our building!

Use our weekly remote church resources for worship in your own homes: this includes a reflection and updates from the newsletter. We also meet for chat and prayer each Sunday at 11am via Zoom, and Sunday Shoal + (our group for primary aged children and younger) are also meeting weekly on Sunday via Zoom at 10:30am. Contact Peter, David or Emma for Zoom links, or get in touch with the church office to sign up for our newsletter. 

David and Peter are contactable during the week. We will post a reflection every Sunday that we'd invite you to watch and comment on; it'll be on Youtube, Facebook, and the website. We have started a private Facebook group for prayer and discussion; please join it if you are part of the RBC family. And, of course, let's stay in touch with each other and support each other, whether online, by phone, or (where appropriate and safe) in person.

We'll put out more information as things develop. Watch this space, and know this.

The LORD makes firm the steps
of the one who delights in him;
though he may stumble, he will not fall,
for the LORD upholds him with his hand.


Psalm 37:23-24 (NIV)

A Christmas Eve service

Accessibility

The church building is wheelchair accessible and there are disabled toilet facilities in the John Lees Hall next door. For those with hearing aids, an induction loop covers the centre of the church between the two aisles. We project our songs onto a screen but a large print copy is available if you need it.