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We have a friendly congregation of people from various backgrounds. The morning service generally welcomes between 50 and 70 worshippers, though the monthly Family Service and Uniformed Groups Parade can see 80 to 90 people. We have a small number of people who have been around since the church was established and quite a few who have spent their whole lives as part of our fellowship. On a typical Sunday the ages of our people range from three (sometimes less) to eighty-three (maybe more?). Children leave us for The Island at around 11am ( except for Family Services when they remain with us) and we have a creche for the very young.

Easter Sunday 2010 3
David and Peter

Our organists are the son and grandson of the original organist who built up our very fine instrument by collecting sets of pipes from redundant organs all over the country, the completion of this task being overseen by the elder of our present father and son duo.

We are part of the British Isles South District of Nazarene Churches a group of fifty churches with about 1600 members, located from Lancashire and Yorkshire to the south coast and part of the worldwide Nazarene Church which has 1.9 million members in 24,000 congregations in 156 world areas.

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