The book we’ll be discussing is: “The Last Runaway” by Tracy Chevalier. the last runaway

‘Honor Bright is a sheltered Quaker who has rarely ventured out of 1850s Dorset when she impulsively emigrates to America. She finds her convictions about slavery tested when a runaway slave appears at the farm which is her new home. In this tough unsentimental place, Honor befriends two spirited women who will teach her how to turn ideas into actions.

Please come along even if you haven’t, or don’t want to read the current book, share your latest “reads”, enjoy coffee, cake and friendly discussion !

For more information about the evening Contact the church or Sharon Lancaster

Join us on this 1st Sunday morning of Advent when Xander Coomber of Lancing Tabernacle preaches

Following on from the inspiring story of Barnabas Mam, we will be watching another message on video from a recent Spring Harvest. Please re-visit this space for further details

There will be a meeting for Church members this evening from 8.00pm.

Join us for this morning’s service on this 2nd Sunday in Advent when Rev’d Steve Smith preaches on Luke 1:5-25 – Zechariah and John


Join us this evening when Rev’d Steve Smith preaches on the fifth in a new series on the Minor Prophets: Jonah.

Come along – as always – prepared to enter into the debate, if you wish. The service includes Holy Communioncommunion 3 sm

Join us for this morning’s service on this 3rd Sunday in Advent when Rev’d Steve Smith preaches on Luke 1:39-56 – Elizabeth and Mary

This afternoon from 4pm come and join us for “messy church” which will be an Instant Nativity. This is always a popular time.


There will be many of the well known carols and the youngsters will come as angels, shepherds, animals. Come and join in and celebrate with us

Tea and coffee and squash will be available and about 5- 5.15 pm there will be a short celebration in the church, with Sharon Lancaster giving the talk, after which everyone will have tea together.

candlelightA traditional carol service with lessons and carols, lit by candles and followed by mince pies.

For many this Carols by Candlelight is one of the highlights of the Church’s year. There is something very special about the evening. There are always many families and visitors and the Church is usually full to bursting. Come along and join us. There will be mince pies and refreshments in the adjacent hall after the service