We love having visitors at The King's Church Wisbech. You will receive a warm welcome as soon as you arrive. If you come to our Sunday Service there will be a Steward at the door waiting to welcome you. If you are coming to Messy Church there is a registration table and a person manning it waiting to welcome you and ready to explain how everything works.
We are glad to receive visitors at any event, it doesn't have to be on a Sunday. If you would like to read some more information about us, who we are and what we believe, or just to get a flavour of what our church is like, please visit our About page.
You will be relaxed in our informal, casual atmosphere and hopefully leave refreshed, happy and wanting to come back again. We have a variety of services on a Sunday, Messy Church that meets once a month on a Saturday where we sing, pray and receive teaching from the Bible. We also have a variety of other events during the week.
You are welcome to call in on a Sunday - or it might be easier for you to have met someone from church before Sunday's meeting. Church is active all the week! So you can contact us, we'd be pleased to meet you - at your place too!
People with disabilities:
We aim to make church inclusive and make every effort to cater for those with disabilities. Our main venue is accessible to wheel chair users. We can also arrange for printed materials, such as the songs usually displayed on the multimedia projector, to be printed in large type for those who are partially sighted. A hearing loop is used at our main venue during Sunday services and a smaller portable hearing loop is available for use during Bible studies and prayer meetings upon request.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about our Sunday Service and their answers:
Where do you meet?
We meet at the Queen Mary Community Centre in Wisbech click here to get directions
What Time does your Sunday service start (and finish)?
We have split our meeting into 3 parts. Feel free to come to just one, or a combination. You are also welcome to leave whenever you like.
10:15am Bible Teaching & Discussion
10:50am Tea, Coffee & Chat in the Foyer
11:30am All-Age Celebration (songs, videos, testimonies etc)
The third service is generally finished around 12:15pm.
Where can I park?
There is a large car park right next door to the Queen Mary Community Centre called Sommers Road Car Park. This is a free car park.
What happens when I arrive?
There are a couple of stewards on duty at the door of the Large Hall inside the community centre who will welcome you, give you a newsletter as well as some other information about out church and a big welcoming smile!
Do you have Bibles available?
No. Generally people bring their own Bibles to church, however whenever possible the Bible passage being used in that service is displayed on the multi-media projector.
Do you have baby-changing facilities?
Yes. The toilet facilities in the Queen Mary Centre have been fully refurbished and now have baby changing facilities in both the Ladies and the Gents toilets.
Do you have disabled facilities?
Yes. The community centre has automatic main doors as well as being flat throughout (no steps) for easy wheelchair access. There is also a disabled toilet provided. The Large Hall where we hold our services is equipped with a hearing loop system and large print text of songs can be provided upon request in advance.
Where do I sit?
You can sit anywhere you like. Wherever you feel most comfortable. Nobody has a 'special' seat that they always sit in!
Is there a dress code?
No. Wear whatever makes you feel comfortable. Jeans and a T-shirt is as equally acceptable as a suit and tie.
Do you have Sunday School and a Creche?
We do have creche facilities - there is a play area for young children. However parents are asked to supervise their children. The All-Age Celebration is more suited to families with younger children and elements of the service are created to include everyone.
Do you take an offering?
Once a month we make a point of taking up a monetary offering during the service as part of our expression of worship. However you can also give monetarily on other Sundays by placing your offering / tithe in the basket on the table at the back of church, or by giving online via our website.
Can I arrange a meeting with one of the elders or pastoral team?
Yes. Simply contact the church offices and we will arrange a meeting at a mutually convenient time.
The King's Church Wisbech is a member of the Evangelical Alliance, Wisbech Churches Together and Churches in Communities (CiC) International.
The King's Church Wisbech is a registered charity within the UK. Our Charity number is: 1000160
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