Sundays

Engaging church at 5PM

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Time

5-6.30PM
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Demographic

Everyone

What Sundays look like

Talks

Whatever stage of life you’re at, whether you know Jesus personally or not, we aim for engaging and challenging talks that empower and encourage you. We love to tell stories at regen to help explain points, or to draw parallels of what happened in the Bible with current events.

Worship

We aim to create a vibrant worship atmosphere that is accessible for people to encounter God. We usually have six or seven songs led by our band, with lyrics provided on screens.

Prayer ministry

At every service, we offer prayer ministry, where someone on team can pray with you. It doesn’t matter what you’d like prayer for — whether it’s something that’s resonated with you in the talk, a worry you have or if you'd like prayer for healing – we’d love to pray with you. We ask that guys pray with guys and girls with girls to help keep things simple.

Children's programme

0-3s

Parents & Toddlers

We've got a separate area with toys connected to the main space where parents or guardians can enjoy the service while looking after their child(ren).

4-10s

Swish

Church for children takes place in a separate but nearby location on the Stubbers grounds. Volunteers from our Little regen team will lead children of this age in stories from the Bible, discussion and games.

Safeguarding

Read up on how we ensure safety for children.

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Getting here

Stubbers Adventure Centre
RM14 2TY

There is plenty of space for us all at the main Stubbers car park.

The Catering marquee at Maple Lodge, where our service is held within the grounds of Stubbers, is a short walk from the car park.

Those without a car can catch the 370. The bus stops right outside the gates.

Watch online

If you are currently unable to join us in person, or want to catch up, you don't need to miss out.

Head over to our Youtube Channel to see past talks, or from 5PM every Sunday to watch live.

Frequently asked questions

Due to the change in restrictions and limitations from 19 July, we've changed how we are doing church.

Do I need to book?
Seat layout?
Face coverings?
Can I sing?
Can I watch live online?
How long is a service?