Sundays are a central part of Woodlands Church life. We love to gather together to praise and worship God, to hear him speak through the Bible, to call on him in prayer, and to spend time together as his people.


We have two main congregations at Woodlands, the AM congregation, which meets at 10:30 and the PM congregation which meets at 4pm. They each have a different feel to them, but have a range of ages and backgrounds. We would encourage new people to check them both out and commit to one.


We also have an evening service which aims to serve the whole church which meets most weeks at 7pm.

Woodlands AM

Every Sunday at 10:30am

Our Woodlands AM congregation gathers together both in the church building and live on Youtube.

You can be sure of a warm welcome and we worship as a family with all ages – from 0 to 80. The services include singing, prayer and bible teaching for all ages. Children and younger youth will leave for their own groups midway through the service and tea and coffee is shared at the end.

You can find some previous services, on our Facebook page and on our You Tube channel.

Woodlands PM

Every Sunday at 4 p.m.

Woodlands PM is a smaller and more informal congregation meeting in the afternoon. We’re a friendly bunch (all ages and walks of life), passionate about living for Jesus and engaging our community for him.

We try to make our services accessible and engaging, whether you have never been to church or been a thousand times.

A creche and children’s groups are available and we also have regular all-age services. We meet for around an hour and then enjoy a brew together so come as you are.

Services are meeting in the building and being streamed online. Why not give us a try? We look forward to welcoming you!

Woodlands Evening

Every Sunday at 7pm

Our evening services are generally quieter and more contemplative than our other two services.

The first week of the month is dedicated to prayer and praise with equal focus given to both. For the other weeks we study passages from the Bible and also share the Lord’s Supper during the service.