Our morning service begins at 10am and our evening service begins at 6:30pm. Morning services tend to be our busiest (300+), so we recommend getting here in good time to find a parking space and make your way into the church building. There will be stewards on hand to help and direct you. Our evening service is less busy (100+), and you are very welcome to either or both services. Each service is led from the front, so that everybody has a clear idea about the order of service and newcomers are not left wondering if they need to stand or sit!
At the door
When you arrive at the front door our welcome team will be there to greet you and answer any immediate questions you may have. Once inside other members of the team will provide you with a welcome sheet and a Bible. As a Bible-centred church our main focus on Sundays is listening to the Bible explained so we always encourage newcomers to take one. Once inside the auditorium other members of the welcome team will help you to find a seat. The welcome team are there to help make your visit to Danbury Mission a positive experience, so please make use of them.
Danbury Mission is a family church and so we provide a crèche, baby changing facilities and areas where nursing mothers can find some privacy and still hear the service going-on. Our crèche room is open throughout the service and is manned from the time the Sunday school starts. The gallery area is available throughout the service and if babies become unsettled during the talk we advise parents to make use of this facility.
If you arrive at church on Sunday morning with children aged between 3-15 years old, our Sunday school teachers would be delighted for them to join an age-appropriate group and get a feel for how things work. Children stay in the main service for the first 15 minutes after which they leave for their groups. We advise newcomers with children to follow the general direction of the crowd and approach one of the welcome team to point you in the right direction.
If you arrive at church on Sunday evening with secondary school age young people, we offer a social event afterwards called SNAC (Sunday Night After Church) held in various venues. We advise newcomers to take a look at the welcome sheet for further details.
We serve refreshments after both services so please do stick around and introduce yourself to someone; we would love to get to know you better. You might like to pay a visit to the Information Point too, where you can discover what’s going on, ask about our various courses, activities and events and find your way in to the life of the church.
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