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Sundays

All our services are currently online.

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Morning Service start time
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This short film shows what Sundays look like when we're able to gather together.

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What to expect during one of our Sunday services

Currently online, the morning services are at 09:15 and 11:15, the evening service is at 19:00.

We start with a welcome and updates on what's going on in the life of the church. Then we have a time of worship followed by a talk based on the bible and our experiences of following Jesus that’s practical and relevant to everyday life. After the talk, there’s an opportunity to be prayed for.

Accessibility

Whilst church is online, all streaming platforms have subtitle options for those that need it.

We're committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of adults with additional needs. If you'd like a copy of our safeguarding policy, please contact Mandy.stott@trentvineyard.org or for more information visit our Safeguarding page.

Worship

Worship is more than music. To us, it’s the act of freely giving our love to God in all that we do and we believe that giving in worship is the key to finding Him at work in our lives. Music is just one of the many ways we worship at Trent Vineyard. During our Sunday services we love to sing songs to God, lifting Him up, giving thanks for all He is and has done in our lives and telling Him how much we love Him.

What we sing is very important to us and that’s why we write and sing our own songs. Over the years, we've recorded a number of albums which you can listen to and buy at Vineyard Worship. You can also search over 700 songs written in Vineyard churches from all around the world at vineyardsongs.com including many of ours.

Getting involved

During this time, getting involved looks different to usual. Online Groups are meeting together virtually. Click here to find out what else is on.

If you want to help people in this time of need, head to our Acts of compassion page to find out more.