What Can You Expect?

What happens in the service?

The first thing you'll  notice is how friendly and welcoming we are.

You'll  notice that our" church family" is a great mix of people from literally all parts of the world.


Our services always include lively singing with a blend of modern and even some older classics.

We place a big  emphasis on the preaching of the Bible. Our Pastor normally preaches each week.

Expect a message of about 30-40 mins.

Bring your Bible and note pad too!

We celebrate Communion at least once a month, sometimes twice.

OUR SERVICES ARE "LIVE STREAMED" and backed up on our YouTube channel " LIVINGHOPEHULL"

How much does it cost? 

Admission is FREE! And so are the drinks and snacks that may be on offer after the service.

When should I arrive?

Our morning worship service starts at 11:00am. Doors open from10.30am.

Where can I park?

We have a large car park with plenty of free parking spaces.

Can I bring my children?

SAFETY Of course, we are a family church and welcome all ages. We ensure the safety and wellbeing of children at ALL times. We follow Government Guidance in the protecting of children and have our own designated Safe Guarding Team and Code of Practice.

KID'S CLUB During our morning service we have a " Kid's' club"  with arts and crafts, activities and learning from the Bible. Your kids will love it!  This is generally  aimed at children of  Primary/Junior school ages  and takes place in our  minor hall. Check out our great kids teaching videos HERE

CRECHE We also have a creche for the very  young  next to the main church entrance. This is to provide  comfort and allow your children to make as much noise as they want. We also provide a live TV feed to the service so you won’t miss a thing. Expect all little ones to be accompanied by their parent/carer.

What should I wear?  

To be honest, we're far more interested in YOU than what you're wearing! Just come!

How long will it last?

Services are usually last about 90 minutes. Afterwards , we love to catch up with each other  afterwards with a cuppa. So join us!