Where & When
The Airfield Church meets for worship each Sunday morning at 10.30 am in the Woodley C of E Primary School on Hurricane Way at the junction with Comet Way.
Our Sunday morning worship is informal and friendly and usually lasts between 60 and 75 minutes after which refreshments are served and there is an opportunity to talk.
We also have worship meetings on Mondays for those with learning difficulties: more information can be found here
We are very aware that many people feel uncomfortable in churches because they are not sure when to stand or sit and which books they need to follow the service. If that
sounds like your experience of church then relax ... the Airfield Church isn't like that at all!
We know that you need to know what is going on to get the most out of worship - so we tell people when we'd like them to stand or sit, we tell you what is coming next and
we don't assume you know the words of the Lord's prayer off by heart. We project the words you need onto a screen so that you don't have to keep flipping through
books to find the right page.
We cam also show video clips and project the Bible passages we are using each week.
Meeting in a school means we don't have an organ - our worship music is led either by a group using voices, guitar and flute or by recorded backing tracks. Many
of the songs
we use are fairly modern: follow the link to access a list of the songs we know and which songs we have backing tracks for.
Let the children come
We welcome children in our worship - even the noisy ones! Please be assured that a child making a noise in church is far more annoying to his or her own parents than to anyone else. We
don't mind a bit of noise - what is important is that you, and they, are able to feel like part of the family and to be able to enjoy worshipping God with us.
We also have housegroups which meet on weekday evenings for informal worship, fellowship and study. For
more details follow this link
We believe that every day should be part of our worship of God, and that our lifestyle should reflect our commitment to him. As part of this full-time commitment we, as a church, give a
tenth of our income to charities. We are also registered as a FairTrade
church, and affiliated
who support people with learning difficulties.