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Sunday Services and Meetings

Stewartby United Church's morning service (except for when we have T@3.) is at 10.30am and lasts for about an hour. All are welcome to join us. Refreshments are served after the service, which gives a great opportunity to chat to people, ask questions etc.

Children are very welcome to come - and while we don't expect them to swing from our chandeliers, we are more than happy if they join in with a joyful noise (or maybe not such a joyful noise!)

Stewartby United Church is called 'United' as it is a church with different denominations involved in a sharing arrangement. Services are led by members and clergy of various denominations, who bring different styles to our meetings, but who all share a passion for God's Son - Jesus - and for God's Word - the Bible, believing it to be true and relevant for all people, everywhere and in every age.

After the morning meeting refreshments are served. This is a good time to meet and get to know the other people at the service. If it's your first time, we hope you enjoy yourself and please do feel free to ask any questions you may have.

Please check the About us page for more information.

Please Contact Us if you have any questions about Stewartby United Church or are interested in hiring the Church Hall.



Saturday 20th  - ABC  fun morning - school is out- come and join us for Activities, Breakfast and Crafts - no need to book, just come along and join us

Sunday 21st 3pm - T@3 - our monthly afternoon tea for people of all ages - no need to book, just come along and join us

Sunday 28th 10.30am - Methodist Service led by Joy Denny


Please come along to any of the services. You will receive a warm welcome. 

If you have time, please join us for drinks after the service, a great time to chat to people. 

July 6th  Stewartby Fest  - the church will have a 'presence' at this event - please come and support this event, the first of its kind in Stewartby. A great opportunity to have a great day out with local people, and an opportunity to see what goes on in the village. There will be, among other things, a funfair, stalls run by local organisations, entertainment, food vans, bouncy castle, soft play, car boot and a variety of cars on display. The event is being organised by the parish council, please support them by turning up on the day.