We warmly welcome you to come and join us in our services as we worship the Lord together. There are also meetings arranged particularly for students and young adults, please see below.

UK Students’ Meetings

Young People’s Fellowship Meeting

Saturday, 7.00pm in one2two,(the entrance door to one2two is immediately to the left of the main Church building) all students and young people are welcome to come and study the Bible together. Find us here

Young Adult’s Bible Study

Sunday, 4.00pm, in a various member’s homes, + tea.
These interactive Bible Studies are a great opportunity to discuss topics or parts of the Bible that interest you. You can ask questions and find out what your fellow-students think. For more information contact us here

International Students’ Meetings

International Open House

Friday evenings 7.30pm (one2two lounge)  during semester. The evening usually has a themed event followed by a short Bible talk. It is a great way to meet others who are new to the city and find out about the Christian faith. Contact Levon Chorbadjian. Click here for further information.

International Bible Study Groups,

Times and venues are arranged during the semester to suit students. For more information click here


Sunday Lunches

All British & International Students, and other young people who are new to the city are invited to come for lunch, this follows the main Church Service at 12.30pm in the hall. Please see the dates for 2017/18 below:

  • Sunday  October 1st
  • Sunday  November 5th
  • Sunday  December 3rd
  • Sunday  February 4th
  • Sunday  March 4th
  • Sunday  May 6th

Carol Dutkowski
You can also have lunch provided for you by a family from the church on any other Sunday. To add your name to the list, contact Carol Dutkowski (07584 136113).

If I’m going to CU, isn’t that enough?

No – the CU is never supposed to become a replacement for church. It is a good way to meet other Christians and can be helpful to you, but the church should be your spiritual home, and you can get involved in it just as much as any of the other members.

“The CU should not and does not replace a church…It is really important then to be in a church and to get into one as quickly as you can.”

(UCCF: The Christian Unions movement)