Where do I go when I get there?
We want to make your journey as easy as possible so there will always be a host on hand to help direct and guide you.
What do you do for kids and youth?
We believe in the next generation so we have lots going on!
We believe Church should be fun at every age! Our Valley Kids programme is designed for kids who are aged 1 and walking up to 11. Whether it's learning truth from the bible, singing, dancing or playing games with friends, we want our kids to be empowered in their relationship with Jesus. For all parents with babies, we have a designated space for you to enjoy the service stress free. With a live link in to the service so you don't miss anything, toys for your little one and a host available to help.
Our Wildfire programmes for 11-18s run on Friday night in Preston, however our Ignite group (11-14s) go out during the services in Preston for age-appropriate teaching and time to hang out.
All of our Kids and Youth leaders are DBS checked.
What happens during the service?
Our services run for 90 minutes and we start with singing modern worship songs. Our kids join us for the first song and then leave for their programme. Then one of our Pastors, team or a guest speaker will preach for around 30 minutes. Why not check out some of our recent messages?
After the service finishes we have a coffee shop and we'd love for you to stick around and make some friends! We have free tea and filter coffee as well as cakes and refreshments available to buy.
What about COVID measures?
As of the 19th July, many COVID regulations were lifted or changed. However, we are still observing a number of practices to remain COVID-secure and vigilant. These include higher standards of cleaning, especially of surfaces that come into regular contact with people; ensuring adequate ventilation and good air circulation throughout the building; providing additional seating so that visitors may save extra seats around themselves, creating space between themselves and other visitors; ensuring that staff or visitors who are unwell do not attend; communicating the above clearly to our staff, volunteers, and visitors.