Here you can find out all that practical stuff you want to know before turning up. If you can’t find the information you’re after here, drop us a line and we’ll be only to happy to answer your questions.
We do not have our own car park at CCC, however there is parking available in the High Street. We do ask that you are considerate of our neighbours and park responsibly. There are some spaces that have been made available to us on a Sunday morning at Stonor House on Lower Road (just a 2 minute walk to the church).
There are no stairs in order to enter the church giving easy access. The drive to the left of the church building offers a convenient drop-off point right outside the backdoor to the church (please park your car elsewhere after dropping off).
We are able to accommodate wheelchairs within the main building for your participation in the services.
Disabled toilet facilities are available.
We have two unisex toilets in the building. One is a slightly larger than the other and offers disabled access as well as baby changing facilities.
It\’s never easy coping with little ones, our toilets have facilities to help you get them clean and fresh again.
On a Sunday morning we have a three groups that cater for the young people in the church.
Pebbles is a group for toddlers through to five year olds. The Rock is for children aged 5 -11, and Rock Solid is for children 11 – 15.
In these groups the young people will learn more about the Christian faith in ways and at a level that\’s appropriate for their age.
We understand that trying to keep little one\’s entertained whilst they remain with the adults at the start of each service can be a challenge. That\’s why we have special bags of toys available as you arrive, with things to play with, picture books to read and pictures to colour in. Plenty to keep your toddlers entertained until it\’s time to join their group\’s session.
After the morning service you are invited to join us for tea and coffee (and sometimes cake!) in the back hall. There\’s squash and biscuits too for the young people. This is a great time to get to know other members of the church family.