Frequently Asked Questions
- What time do your services start?
Our main service starts at 9.30am every Sunday.
Every second Sunday of the month we have a communion service at 9.30am and every first Sunday of the month we have an evening communion service at 5.30pm.
You can also worship with us at our monthly Inside Out service, which takes place on the recreational ground in Wrington. Inside Out is our way of bringing the Church out into the community. The service is fun and informal, catering for all ages groups and features Praise songs, Worship, Crafts, Games and Food.
Alternatively, you may wish to attend one of our Bible study groups (aka house groups).
- I'm new, can I just turn up and attend?
Yes, we'd be glad to have you.
Our services are easy to understand and our congregation is friendly and welcoming. You won't be required to do anything, but we'll be more than happy to provide any support or guidance, if requested.
We hope you'll stick around for Tea and Coffee afterwards, but there's no pressure! Please visit our Worship page for more information about our services.
- How do I join a social group?
- Where is Wrington Chapel?
You can find us at the start of Ropers Lane at the top of Wrington.
Or find us using Google Maps.
- Where do I park?
Parking is located at the rear of the Chapel or along Roper Lane. We advise you arrive early as it can become congested.
- Will I be required to bring anything?
No. Just bring yourself and we will ensure you feel at home. Don't worry, you won't be asked or expected to do anything during the service.
If you require more information about our services, please see our worship page.
- Can I receive Prayer?
Yes, we'd love to pray for you. We provide prayer in several ways:
- You can directly e-mail or dedicated team of Elders.
- At each service an Elder is always on duty to pray with you and their name will be shown on the hand-out (known as the 'link') provided at the beginning of the service.
- You can also contact us via the websites Contact us page.
Please be assured that all communication with regards to prayer is done in extreme confidence.
- I'm not a Christian can I still come to Chapel?
Yes. Whatever your beliefs or background we'd love you to join us.
- Is there a dress code?
No. Our services are informal and we want you to wear whatever you feel most comfortable in. God loves you no matter what and so do we.
- Can I attend Chapel and another Church?
Yes. There's no restrictions to how many services or places of worship you can attend, we are just grateful to have you join us.
- Do I need to be invited?
No. Chapel is open to everyone.
- How much does it cost per service?
It's free! Attending Chapel costs nothing other than your time. We do have a collection (offering) for the Chapel during each service, however this is optional and the amount you give is up to you.
- What age groups attend Chapel?
- Do you run Alpha courses?
Yes. We have run Alpha courses in the past and hope to again in the future. If you'd like to talk to us about Alpha Courses or be informed when we next plan an Alpha Course, please contact us.
- Can I start a new social group?
Of course, please contact us to discuss this further and we'll do our best to support you.
- When does men's group take place?
We meet at The Plough Inn pub (in Wrington) on the second Thursday of every month at 7.30pm. If you wish to join, simply turn up!
We have a diverse range of activities scheduled throughout the year, if you'd like a copy of our schedule or more information please contact us.
- When does women's fellowship take place?
We meet every third wednesday of the month from 10am - 12am at Wrington Chapel. We like to take a more laid back approach than the men. Usually starting with Tea & Biscuits (more often than not, cake as well) you can enjoy a welcoming chat in a friendly atmosphere, take part in the prayer group and regularly enjoy a visit from guest speaker.
Women's fellowship is always growing and there's no obligation to attend every week, but if you'd like to join us simply drop-into our next meeting or contact us for a bit more information.
- What is the URC?
- What charities does Wrington Chapel support?
We are involved with supporting many charities, which include: Christian Aid, Mission Aviation Fund (MAF), Bible Society and Tearfund. If you would like to get involved and help us support these remarkable charities, please contact us.
- When are your communion services?
Our communion services take place on the second Sunday of every month at 9.30am and the first Sunday of every month at 5.30pm. Please see our Worship page for more information.
- What days are your Bible Study (House Groups) on?
Our Bible Study Groups (aka House Groups) take place on varying weekdays, depending on which groups you join. All our Bible study groups are kindly run by volunteers and usually take place one evening each week at the volunteers house. Most commonly the person arranging the house group will plan a terms worth of topics, which may require a little pre-reading before the discussion group is held each week.
For more information, please contact us.