The Church in Great Notley
To show the love of Jesus in word and action
so that others may come to know him as Lord and Saviour
In light of the Government guidance around non-essential contact, the Archbishops of Canterbury and York have issued advice that public worship is suspended until further notice.
Prayers will be said by clergy and ministers on behalf of everyone and shared with the Church community.
Update: The Government has given permission for Churches to open for Private Prayer following some strict guidelines.
Our opening times are:
Tuesday 10am-12pm; Wednesday 5pm-7pm; Thursday 1pm-3pm
Please remember, this is for individual private prayer only. There is a maximum of 5 people allowed in the Church to pray at any one time. If you would value an opportunity just to sit somewhere quiet and spend time with the Lord do come down to the church. And maybe afterwards visit our lovely garden.
We are an ecumenical partnership church that's part of the Baptist Union, Church of England, Methodist Church and the United Reformed Church, in association with the Roman Catholic Church.
Our Sunday morning service starts at 11am and is for everyone. During term time we have a Junior Church group with fun teaching and activities for children of all ages.
1st Sunday - All Age Worship
This is a lively service and is suitable for all ages and often involves our young people.
2nd Sunday - Communion
This service is led by our resident or a visiting Free Church minister.
3rd Sunday - Communion and Evening Prayer and Praise
The morning service is a traditional Anglican Communion led by one of the ministry team. At 7pm we have a lively and informal service led by our worship band.
4th and 5th Sunday - Morning Praise
A livelier service, led by members of the congregation often with a visiting preacher.
There is a family room within the worship space with toys and a nursing chair. The service is relayed into this area so no one misses out on what is happening.
Most weeks we follow the lectionary Bible readings found here.
We are committed to Safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults. Our Church Council has adopted the Church of England's poliices and best practice on safeguarding which may be foudn on the Church of England's website: https://www.churchofengland.org/more/safeguarding
Details of our church Safeguarding Representative can be found here Safeguarding Policy.
We have wide range of groups and gatherings to help build community in the village. Drop into our weekly coffee shop on Tuesday or Friday mornings (in term time) or send us an email - we'd love to get to know you.
Each week there are a variety of activities for children & youth and we work with both primary schools in the village. The building is available to hire for meetings, events and parties. For more details please see Hiring. For enquiries about Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals please contact one of the ministry team below.
If you would like to read more about the origins of the church, see our History page.
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