Sunday Meetings

We meet at 10:30am on Sundays. Our services are informal in style and we have weekly children’s groups.

Please note: On Sunday 16th December there will be no morning service, only our Carol Service at 6pm.

10.30am Church Service

On Sunday there is usually Bible teaching, prayer, music, and (every other week) Holy Communion.


In the run up to Christmas, we will be looking at Luke’s account of Jesus birth.  With all the busyness and preparations for Christmas, Isaiah’s word remind us to take time to “Prepare the way of the Lord” (Luke 3. 4).


Children are welcome at our services.  We have activity groups for those over 4 years old. They leave for their groups after joining in with the first part of the service.  There is a children’s space at the back of church for young children, and a creche room in which parents can listen to the service.  On the first Sunday of the month, all the children remain in the service for a short all-age service.

Our children’s groups are run by church members who are DBS checked in keeping with our safeguarding policy. Visiting parents are welcome to accompany their children to the children groups to see what happens.  The church uses the Mustard Seed Christian teaching program, with activities and games.


 Christmas Carol Service will be on 16th December, 6pm.

Crib Service, 24th December, 4pm

More Christmas Services. Visitors are welcome at all our services.

Central Prayer Meet

On the last Sunday of every month from 6pm to 7pm, we meet together in the church to pray for the world, our community and families.

The Bible says, “I pray that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened in order that you may know…[God’s] incomparably great power for us who believe.”
(Eph 1.18-19)

Come and pray your eye’s open! All church folk are welcome.

Rooted Youth Group

Rooted is our joint parish youth group for young people from school year 6 to year 10.  Young people from our Team of four churches meet together every Sunday in term time for games, snacks, and Bible Study in the Morden Parish Hall  (not St George’s Hall) at 4.30pm.

In the summer, the group have the chance to go on a week’s CPAS camp together and various social activities are arranged through the year.

For more information, email Martin Davy.