We are all different, with different stories and different struggles in life, but we come together to celebrate a living relationship with God that excites and moves us to love one another and our community.
We believe that every person is unique and has been given gifts and abilities by, God, for which we, as a church family, can make room.
As God graciously reached out to all people to invite them to become part of God’s family, so we reach out to you to become part of our family.
There are no qualifications needed – no joining fee, nothing to sign, you don’t have to be good enough, just turn up and say, “Here I am, God”.

What We Value

The Gospel

We believe that the good news about Jesus and what he did for us needs to be heard by every person. Whether it is visible in our words or our actions, the Good News is that, while we were lost in sin, Jesus came to rescue us and to set us free from the power of sin and death. But more than this, he gave us the task of telling people how he wants to be friends with them as well. (2 Corinthians 5:18-21)

Honesty and Transparency

We believe that to share the gospel we need to be trustworthy. The light of Christ brings everything into the open where it can be truly seen for what it is. Therefore, we aim to have transparency in all things, whether it is the decisions of the board or the way that activities are run. We believe that it is only in complete honesty and transparency that people will grow in their giftedness and faith.


God is Relational. He exists eternally in relationship between the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. He created us to be in relationship not only with Himself, but also with one another.
The church works best when it pays attention to the relationships that exist within it. It is our privilege to care for one another, build each other up and show that we value each other.

The Elders

Terra Lea Ranson

I cherish being with and caring for people of all ages. I have been described by others who know me well as genuine, empathetic, and respectful. Most of my church life I have been a Sunday School teacher. In my role as an elder I co-ordinate pastoral care.
I love working with a committed team of volunteers to care for our congregation.  [email protected]

Noela Beenham

I have a pastoral heart, and I love speaking and sharing with people. One of my roles as an elder is to take church services at nursing homes, which is such a blessing. I also co-ordinate the women’s group, Take Courage, with a wonderful team, and God is richly blessing that ministry. Take Courage meets on the last Thursday of each month at 10am. I would love ladies to join us.
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Peter Russell

Peter Chambers

I am passionate about our reaching into the community and touching lives with hope. God is a relational being and He wants us to be in relationship with Him and with each other.
I enjoy working with my hands and am currently hosting the men’s shed. I am married to Bridget and have three grown up children and six grand children.
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