At Woodlands we have a range of services at different times of the day. They all have a slightly different emphasis or feel but all still very much part of Woodlands. Find out more below.

8AM 'The One With Breakfast' (The crypt)

The 8am Service is relaxed, informal and intimate. It's for those who enjoy a smaller, more 'homely' feel (or those who like to get a head start on the day!).

Averaging around 100 people, this service features meditation, liturgy, a short talk and an 'unplugged' worship style. The service lasts about 45 minutes and is followed by breakfast.

9.15AM Family Friendly (Main Hall)

The 9.15 Service is child-friendly, creative and fun - ideal for anyone who enjoys taking part in all age worship.

Up to 250 people go to this service, which features puppets, children's activities and songs, as well as regular preaching and worship. The service finishes around 10.30am, leaving plenty of time for families to enjoy the rest of the day.

11AM Morning Service (Main Hall)

The 11am Service is great for the whole church family, as well as those looking for a welcoming, non-religious environment to explore faith.

Up to 500 people go to this service, which lasts about an hour and a quarter and includes worship, preaching and prayer ministry. Communion and baptisms happen on a monthly basis.

7PM Celebration (Main Hall)

The 7pm Service is dynamic and contemporary and attracts people of all ages.

Around 500 people come along to this service, which usually lasts just over an hour and a half. It features great worship, great preaching and great ministry, with worship specials every 5th Sunday of the month.

7PM Metro (City Centre)

METRO is designed to be 'church you can bring your friend to', a service where no assumptions are made about a person's faith and which actively seeks to be welcoming and appropriate for those who don't normally 'do church'. 

The service is aimed towards 18-35 year olds, particularly urban professionals and students. The service has grown rapidly since it started in September 2015 and has now developed mid-week groups and a thriving community.

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