Sunday Mornings

The whole church family meets together for worship on a Sunday morning at 11.30am. This is preceded by Sunday school and a Bible Class from 10.15am-11.00am. There is an opportunity to share coffee fellowship at the same time and is an opportunity for both parents and children to have their own space.

During the morning Service crèche facilities are provided for children 0 – 4 years. Later in the Service there is Children’s Church for those of Primary School age.

On the first Sunday of every month the service includes the sacrament of communion. In common with most churches, we do this as a tangible means of remembering Jesus’ death for us and resurrection. Anyone who is seeking to follow Jesus as Saviour and Lord is welcome to have communion; if for any reason someone does not wish to receive that’s a personal choice. We use non-alcoholic grape juice in our communion services.

Sunday Evenings

There is a variety of styles of worship on Sunday evenings including Circuit Services and these are detailed as appropriate on the weekly News sheet
If you are coming to Seymour Street for the first time, please say to the person who greets you at the door so that they can ensure you’re connected with someone. The dress code for all Services and activities is personal choice

“We always welcome visitors and newcomers to our Church”


young toddler holding self up on chair

“Whoever welcomes a little child like this in my name, welcomes me”
Matthew 18 v 5

Babies and toddlers 0 – 3 years old. Sunday Morning during Morning Worship– 11.30am – 12.30am

Seymour Street crèche is designed to be a welcoming, safe and caring place where you can leave your baby or toddler during the Sunday morning service.

We meet each Sunday there are volunteers who look after the babies and children as they do jigsaws, colour in, dress up or just play. Parents and carers are also very welcome to use the crèche room’s nappy changing facilities, or to use the room for feeding (or pacifying!!) at any time during the service.

The Créche has as a video and audio feed from the church service.

All carers and children are very welcome!!

For further information contact Tim or Joanne

Tim Spence


Joanne Spence


Children’s Church

The children join with adults in Church on a Sunday morning and enjoy worship and the children’s talk before leaving to attend Children’s Church.

A Team of leaders provide a snack and share bible stories, crafts, games and engage in action songs with the children.

Ashleigh O'Sullivan


Sunday School

Sunday School meets each Sunday Morning during term time between 10:15 and 11am in the Church Halls.

We welcome having children aged from 3  to 17, and we are split into five different sections by age group (aged 3-P1, P2-3, P4-P7, Year 8-10, and Year 11 and up).

Our passion is to share Bible stories and sow seeds about Jesus, helping the children and young people learn about a lively and deep Christian faith.

Each section is a little different and our activities include drama, craft, memory verses, stories, discussions, and drinking hot chocolate ?.

Also, if your child or young person has additional needs we would be delighted to chat that over.

If you have any queries in relation to Sunday School then please get in touch via:

Julie-Ann Moorhead

SNASS (Youth Fellowship)

SNASS is our church’s Youth Fellowship; it is an opportunity for young people to come together with people their own age to learn, chat and have fun!

It is our hope to see the young people grow deeper in community with one another and in their relationship with Christ. We try to cover many issues and topics which are appropriate, relevant and useful in the lives of young people today. In a friendly and supportive atmosphere we try to challenge and help one another in our spiritual journey as we try to seek more of God, making SNASS a safe place to grow and ask questions. But it’s not all serious with lots of opportunities for fun and lots of laughter including our annual weekend away, the Autumn Soul weekend, our Christmas Ball and different trips and social events throughout the year.

SNASS is for Year 9 upwards.

We meet each Sunday evening – 7.45pm – 9.30pm

Ashleigh O’Sullivan


Amy Pollock


Michaela Johnston


Scott Colligan

Patrick Lynn


Shannon Elliott