Sunday Worship 10.30am and 6.15pm
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study 7.30pm



Welcome to our Resources Page. This is where you can find all sorts of interesting stuff to help you, from crafts, to songs, to articles and activities. We hope you enjoy this area, but if there is anything else you would like us to add in, just let us know.


Sermon Videos

Welcome to our Video page. From here you can watch and listen to many of our recent sermons and services. Just click, watch and listen. Enjoy!

You can listen to or download all our latest sermons at Grace, online:


Don’s Daily Devotions

  • Day 5 – John 13 : 31-35 DonsDailyDevotions

    Read John 13:31-35 V31-32: With Judas gone, Jesus, for all the weight of His sufferings which He knows, seems less burdened, and can speak of God’s sure purpose in it all – to glorify His Son, and be glorified in Him. The Son of Man …Click for more

  • Day 4 – John 13 : 21-30 DonsDailyDevotions

    Read John 13:21-30: V21: Jesus, fully human, with feelings like ours ( Hebrews 4:14-15) is troubled and weighed down by the thought of Judas’ betrayal – remember, He has always treated Judas like the other disciples. V22: As He speaks of it again, the others are …Click for more

  • Day 3 – John 13 : 12-20 DonsDailyDevotions

    Read John 13:12-20 V12: Jesus wants them – and us – to understand what He has done. V13-14: They call Him their Master, their teacher, and rightly so. Now he has given them an example of how they should regard and treat one another -and …Click for more

Latest News

  • The Glories of God’s Love – Part 1 Pastor Stuart

    Pastor Stuart begins looking in more detail at the book we at Grace are currently reading together. Look out soon for more videos.

  • Recommended Book to read Pastor Stuart

    We are currently distributing to our congregation and friends of the church a book called : ‘The Glories of God’s Love – A Gospel Primer for Christians’ by Milton Vincent. This small book comprises 31 short themes for us to read and consider as His family. ….Click for more

 Video Sermons

Videos2You can now watch many of our sermons here on our website. Just go here to view and listen.

What’s All This About Grace?

  • Undeserved
  • Impossible to earn
  • Outrageously extravagant

We were God’s enemies. This is expressed in hostility against him, or presumption that we are fine without him or just indifference towards him. While we are like this, God makes the first and greatest move towards us. In love he sent His Son to be our rescuer. The action taken is one of ‘grace’.

Jesus lived the life we should have lived, and died the death we deserved to die. Because of the cross and resurrection of Jesus we can now fully rely on Him to give us forgiveness for our past, His continuing presence for today and a great hope as we face eternity.

Can you see why we called the church ‘Grace’?

For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God.

Ephesians 2 v 8-9

It is through the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ that we are saved.

Acts 15 v 11

Live Streaming

As we work together during this difficult and unusual time, we intend to continue as best as we can by streaming services at the normal times. To view and listen to the services, just click on the link. We hope to maintain our normal service times of Sundays at 10.30am and 6.15pm, as well as a Prayer and Ministry Meeting on Wednesdays at 7.30pm.

Please bear with us of our quality is not always perfect, or if we make mistakes, or indeed if our timings are not always exact. We are all getting used to a new situation, arnt we?

May God bless this use of technology, and we pray that you will be blessed as you share and pray with us.

Click Here to go to our Streaming Channel.


Church Services

It is with great sadness that we have had to suspend attendance at all church services until further notice. This applies not just to our normal services, but to all our our activities, including youth and childrens’ work and midweek meetings.

We are streaming services every Sunday at 10.30am and 6.16pm, as well as Wednesday evenings at 7.30pm.

To access these, click here.