In line with the latest Government recommendations all activities at DBC/DMC – Sunday services, Noah's Ark, Messy Church and any other gatherings going on at the church – are now suspended until further notice. We pray that all, especially those who have caught the virus or who are in isolation, may feel the presence of our loving Father very clearly at this difficult time.
|10.30am||Morning service, with Communion on the third Sunday of the month. Once a month the Prayer Team is available after the service, usually on the first Sunday.|
|6.30pm||Evening service, with Communion on the first Sunday of the month; Tea services (usually third or fourth Sunday) start at 4.30pm.|
The service begins at 10.30am and usually lasts just over an hour; you are very welcome to join us for coffee/tea and biscuits after the service.
All ages meet together in church for the first 20 minutes of worship, after which anyone aged 0-16 is welcome to join our children's and young people's groups. The aim of the groups is to learn of God's love for all, to help the children and young people know they are part of the church family – and to have fun!
Sunday mornings are lively and busy. A music group accompanies the service. Children are very welcome and are encouraged to feel part of the worship. It is lovely to see our young people growing up with talents that can be used in our worship. Some have great reading voices, others have a talent for dancing, yet others make music or operate all the technical equipment. Over the past years they have participated more and more at special events, and we hope that in the future there will be more opportunities for them during regular services as well.
The evening service starts at 6.30pm and finishes at about 7.45pm. Evening congregations are usually smaller in number allowing for a quieter, more reflective time. Once a month we have a Bible Study and sometimes the service is held earlier, at 4.30pm and followed by a Tea.
For more information about worship at DBC contact . For more information about Sunday services and other activities in the week ahead, have a look at the newsletter.