Our Vision

Our vision is to be a Bible believing, God fearing, Holy Spirit welcoming, Jesus honouring and Community serving church family by sharing the amazing grace and love of God with everyone in every possible way.


The Way CF has many testimonies of God healing the sick and hurting over the past 30 years and this ministry is a regular aspect of our church family life.  A Ministry Team is available every Sunday.  Arrangements for more in-depth, confidential ministry can be made for another time, if needed.  (See also “Healing” and “Bethel Sozo”). Cathy Acott has been appointed by Bethel Sozo UK as their Facilitator for East Anglia.


Our service begins at 11am and lasts for about an hour and a half, plus a ministry time at the end for those who have a need.  We enjoy contemporary worship, listening to testimonies and hearing the Word of God faithfully preached. Tea or coffee follow, in either the café area our gazebo outside, for those able to stay and fellowship with us. 

On most Sundays, our worship is led by Helen and Andy, with technical support from Mike on the sound desk and Dennis projecting lyrics onto the screen. Occasionally, we utilise YouTube for worship songs. 

Children aged from 5-12 years have their own activities during the sermon (KINGZ KIDZ) and the whole service is relayed into the café area which serves as a crèche for Mums/carers looking after their babies or toddlers. 



Leadership Team

The team usually meets together on Tuesday 9am.



We come together in the church worship area every Thursday 10am to pray for our local community, world issues and for our linked missionaries.  Once per month, on Tuesday 9.30am, we join with leaders from other local churches to pray together to pray for each other and our community.


Life Group

We gather at Gill’s home every Wednesday 1.30pm  to study God’s Word and both to learn from and encourage one another.


Listening to God

We meet monthly at Gill’s on the first Thursday 7pm to Listen to God, trusting Him to give us insight, guidance and direction.


Flamin’ Ladies

An informal get together in the café area usually every third Saturday 10am-12noon to study, pray and do various crafts together, not forgetting lots of laughter and cake eating – (diets permitting!).