We believe Jesus came into the world to offer new life with him, and that this good news is for everyone.
Church@TheGreen is back!
We are so pleased that we are able to meet in person again in line with government guidance and we would love for you to join us. If you can, please book in in advance as this will help us manage numbers and keep the building safe for everyone. Please see our FAQ page. for more details. You can book in for this Sunday by clicking here. If you are unable to join us in person, we are live streaming our services every 4pm. You can watch that here. If you'd like a service sheet to follow along the songs, you can get one here.
All of our previous services can be found here.
The COVID 19 virus has changed nearly every aspect of our lives and Church@TheGreen is a church family that is keen to serve the community at this challenging time. We believe that in the Bible, God speaks to us today. If you are unable to join us in person, we are providing a live stream of our service and teaching from the Bible each week that will be available to watch on Youtube. If you need someone to talk to or help with an urgent supply run, you can contact us via the church office 0118 976 0285 / email@example.com. We will respond to messages as soon as we can. Meanwhile, please be assured of our prayers as we look to God as ‘our strength and refuge, an ever-present help in trouble’ (Psalm 46:1) For further details of how regular church activities are affected at this time see here.
Thinking about visiting us? Here is everything you may want to know!
Absolutely! Our doors are open to everyone, no matter what your beliefs, as we believe the good news of Jesus is for everyone.
We meet at 4pm in the main hall of Arborfield Green Community Centre where we will sing, hear the Bible read, and have teaching on a passage. During the meeting, the children leave for age-appropriate groups with teaching, games, and more.
Children are very welcome and we have a full programme for 0-14 year olds during our meetings.
Our meeting lasts around an hour and is followed by refreshments, children’s tea, and an opportunity to chat with others.
No you will not be asked to give money. If you’d like to make a donation to the church, do speak to Piers, our Minister.
Feel free to participate in as much or as little as you would like. When we celebrate The Lord’s Supper there is no pressure to participate. We’d love if you stayed for refreshments after the service so we can introduce ourselves.
All areas used during our meetings are wheelchair accessible, including accessible toilets. Printed service sheets are on offer for anyone who has difficulty reading the screens. If you have any specific concerns or questions, do get in touch.