Sunday Worship

Sunday Worship is at the heart of what we do as a Church family. 

We meet every Sunday morning at 10am to praise and worship God. The service lasts about an hour. Each week we have a reading from the Bible and an explanation of what it means. After a time of singing and prayers all together, we provide groups for children so that they can enjoy teaching and group activities suitable for their age. These groups meet at the same time as the adults’ teaching.

On the second Sunday of each month at 6pm we hold an evening service – ‘Kinver Praise’. This is relaxed and informal time of worship with songs, prayers and a short reflection from the Bible. It, too, lasts about an hour. 

Everyone is welcome at any of our services. Our Welcome Team will make you feel at home and there is tea and coffee to enjoy at the end of the morning service each week and before ‘Kinver Praise.’ 

For those who do not yet feel able to return to church, the service is also live-streamed on our YouTube Channel.

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kinver praise

Sunday at 10.00 am

A thriving and diverse congregation made up of people of all ages. A crèche area is provided and Children’s Groups are available for those aged two and upwards.

Kinver Praise

Kinver Praise takes place at 6pm on the second Sunday of the month

A relaxed and informal time of worship with music, prayers and a short address.

Children’s Church

Children’s Church meets every Sunday morning in the Church Hall, for the second part of the morning service and caters for children aged two and upwards. A crèche is available for younger children.

Children’s Church aims to give the children a good grounding in the principles of the Christian faith by developing their knowledge and understanding of the Bible in a relevant and child-friendly way. The sessions are designed to be fun and engaging through the use of music, games, quizzes and arts and crafts.

There are four Family Services each year (Mother’s Day, Easter, Harvest and Christmas) when the children remain in Church and often take part in the service.

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