Sunday Services

Our Sunday morning service starts at 1030am and always ends with coffee, tea, juice and biscuits with plenty of time to chat and get to know other people. Our services always include worship, prayer, fellowship together, and Bible-based teaching from our minister, Matthew Scott, or another member of our congregation or sometimes a visitor from another church. If you are new to DGBC, check out the What to expect section.

A service with Holy Communion is usually held on the third Sunday of the month. All who have asked Jesus in their life are welcomed and encouraged to share communion.

From time to time, we hold evening services which offer alternative styles of worship which range from opportunities to seek God’s peace in trying circumstances through quiet reflection, through to more lively celebrations of God’s love! We’re excited to launch Messy Church at DGBC from March 2017. This is for everyone, not just kids. A full meal is provided for everyone, so no need to worry about cooking at home! Please check the latest news page for forthcoming services.

Recordings and details of our current sermon/teaching series can be found under Worship and teaching, and you can listen to these on the move by subscribing to our podcasts.

On average we hold an ‘all age’ service about once a month, we try and link these to key events in the church year, for example harvest or Remembrance Sunday. If you are used to a traditional service, these may initially feel a bit different, but always contain the essentials of church, as mentioned above, perhaps without the ‘traditional sermon’ for a change. So we explore other ways of learning about what God has to say to us, sometimes sitting at tables instead of in rows, because there may be an craft activity or it’s nice to put the cup of coffee down somewhere…

There’s a whole page here which describes what goes on a Sunday morning, please have a read if you want to find out more before you come along in person. Whether you read it or not, you will be made very welcome.