Our Values


We are followers of Jesus Christ, beloved and chosen by God the Father, and equipped and empowered by the Holy Spirit. We long to see God's kingdom of grace, peace and justice come, in our neighbourhood and our city.

Discipleship is being with Jesus, to learn from Jesus, how to live like Jesus. (Dallas Willard)

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Worshipping God

Honest, relaxed worship where everyone has a contribution to make and gifts to share. We encourage everyone to get involved in serving and ministering, whatever their age or gender. We gather in mid-week Life groups to worship and grow together as disciples of Jesus. Weekday services of Communion are celebrated in local residential and care homes. We believe in the power of prayer to bring transformation and healing.

Giving generously

We give 10% of our income towards the work of national and international charities, and believe in generous hospitality and sharing of our resources. We collect donations for Foodbank and Sharewear. Our building is available for use by other groups, with reduced rates for non-profit organisations.

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Cultivating community

We love and care for each other and our neighbours through networks of friendship, as well as Jolly Tots toddler group, Messy Church, lunch club and home visiting. We welcome and enjoy children and families, older people and single people. The church building is fitted with a loop system and is wheelchair accessible.

Making a difference

We partner with other agencies and organisations to combat poverty, and promote justice and peace. We seek to care for the vulnerable, walk with those who suffer, and contribute to the flourishing of our city. We are actively involved with Sherwood Justice and Peace group, Open Doors, Maggie's Nottingham, HMP Nottingham Visitors Centre, Street Pastors, The Rainbow Project, Christian Aid, Nottingham City Prayer, and Sherwood Art Week

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