If you are a visitor or thinking of coming for the first time, you will be very welcome, whether or not you consider yourself to be a Christian. Please contact us if you need more information about anything.
When and where do we meet?
We meet together for worship each Sunday morning at 10:30am at Gillingham Primary School, School Road, Gillingham, Dorset SP8 4QR. The meeting usually finishes around midday when Fairtrade refreshments are available.
We have car parking available for all meetings at the school. For gatherings at The Old Library road parking is permitted after 7pm.
As well as Sunday mornings there are other small group meetings and social activities that take place during the week.
The school where we meet on Sundays is wheelchair-accessible and we can provide large-print versions of the words to the songs, if required. If you have any special needs, please contact us.
What to expect
We hope you will feel comfortable with our relaxed style of meeting. If you require some information or are unsure about anything, please feel free to ask any of us on the day or contact us in advance.
At 10:45am children aged two to year 5 go to a group appropriate to their age.
At 11am our youths (year 6 plus) head to The Old Library for their group.
We have a child protection policy and all of our helpers have had police DBS checks. Parents are welcome to observe and join in with their children in Sparks, Ignite and Blaze. See the young people section for more details.
Thinking of moving to the area?
Let us know and we will be happy to provide you with information about the area.
Coming along soon?
If you're planning on visiting soon and would like someone to make contact beforehand then use this form. Give us some contact details and we'll get in touch to make you feel as welcome as possible. There's no commitment and you only have to give the information that you're comfortable giving.
There is always at least one person with each children's group that has had a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS - formerly Criminal Records Bureau) check carried out. We have a child protection policy in place, a copy of which can be found on our publications page.
All those who work with vulnerable people are DBS-checked.