Our 9am service meet alternate weeks – one week on Zoom and one week in Church. Our 10.45am service is livestreamed every week and there is also an in-person congregation at Church every week too. Our Sunday-In-The-Warehouse service will meet in person once a fortnight from 25th April. And the 6pm service will meet in person once every 3 weeks, starting from 25th April.
We are following government guidelines and recommendations from the Baptist Union for operating Covid-safe in-person services.
Terms and conditions apply to all persons who attend the Church for a live service, to ensure that we all stay as safe as possible. Terms and conditions are also provided when you book a ticket for an in-person service.
You are invited to Zoom coffee time straight after the livestream service, and why not tune in to our half-hour radio broadcast of Sunday at Nine.
Also, take a look at how kids and youth can get involved. We are also pleased to announce we will be welcoming back our children and youth groups from 25th April.
Our 9am service lasts for an hour and follows the traditional style, including time-honoured hymns. The teaching is often based on consecutive passages from the Bible.
Sunday in the Warehouse will be back meeting fortnightly at 10.45am in the Sports hall from 25th April.
The style is informal and the service lasts for one hour. We discuss a Bible passage together to learn and to encourage
each other, to apply its truth in our daily lives as Christians.
Children and youth are welcome.
Follow this link to book your tickets for this Sunday, 25th April.
As well as continuing our livestream of the 10.45 service, we will be hosing a small congregation ongoing on Sundays at 10.45 in the Kings room.
The 10.45am service is a varied service, lasting around an hour, comprising testimony, interviews, worship and Bible learning. It is aimed at all ages, with Children, Youth & Families being encouraged to take part and themed resources are provided.
Follow this link to book your tickets for our this Sunday, 25th April.
Take a look at our Wycliffe Kids and Youth on Sunday page for information on resources for children, youth and families.
You may like to catch up on previous livestreams… View our playlist on the Wycliffe YouTube channel.
Every Sunday, around 10 minutes after the Livestream service we invite you to meet for a virtual coffee time.
This is a great opportunity to have a chat in breakout rooms over a cup of coffee. We also have a prayer ministry team at hand if individual prayer is wanted.
If you would like individual prayer with a member of our prayer team simply message the meeting host and instructions will be given to you.
To join… simply follow the link shown on the livestream page each Sunday.
We are currently having a brief hiatus from Meeting Point and are reviewing how we meet, for a chance to reflect on how best we can continue to walk with the Lord together and meet for fellowship.
We encourage you to get in touch and let us know your thoughts on how best we, as a Church, are able to meet your needs. You can do this by emailing Phil firstname.lastname@example.org .
The 6pm service is a lively service where the congregation hope to meet with God through a combination of vibrant worship, fellowship together and learning from God’s word, with a specific focus on applying it to our daily lives.
Every Sunday at 9pm Frank and Phil bring us live hymns, reflections, testimonies and prayers.
This was inspired by the wartime Sunday half-hour and has been a long standing and much-loved audio production throughout lockdown.
If you would like to get in touch with the team to request a hymn or would like to share something that has inspired you, email: email@example.com.