SUNDAY

Sundays at Wycliffe

If you would like a socially distance seat, you can sit up in the balcony, otherwise just come along! We do expect everyone to wear a mask and use the hand sanitising stations at the entrance.

9AM Service

We meet in the Kings Room at 9AM. Our 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 and follows the same series as the 10:45. Go to the 9AM page for more detials.


10:45 Kings Room Service

Every week we meet in the Kings Room at 10:45, as well as continuing our livestream of the 10.45 service. The service is very multicultural and multigenerational – everyone contributing something different in worship. Go to the 10:45 page for more detials.

Children and Youth

We have a large range of groups covering 0-18yrs. Find out more on the Wylciffe Children and Youth on Sunday page.


Sunday in the Warehouse

Every month we meet at 10:45 in the Sports Hall, in the Warehouse. We worship, discuss a Bible passage together around tables, learn and encourage each other to apply God’s truth in our daily lives as Christians. Go to the SitW page for more detials.


6PM

We meet in the Kings Room every Sunday evening. The 6PM service is a lively congregation which 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. Go to the 6PM page to find out more.


Sunday at Nine

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: sundayatnine@wycliffe-church.org.uk.


Meeting Point Students

Go to the Students page to find out more.

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