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A centre of lively Christian witness with worship every Sunday and Wednesday


Morning service at 11.00am, with Communion on the 1st Sunday in month

Evening service at 6.30pm, with Communion on the 3rd Sunday in month

All-age worship at 9.30am on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month                 



Reflection and Prayer 1.30pm

  • Traditional worship with Bible-based preaching and a strong musical tradition


  • At Communion services all who love the Lord are welcome to share in the bread and the wine


  • Family-friendly area at the back of the church with activities for younger and older children. All are welcome to join in.

  • Everyone is invited to stay for coffee in the foyer after services

  • We extend a warm welcome to all visitors.


Whilst Bunyan Meeting is a member of the Congregational Federation, the Baptist Union and was until recently affiliated to the United Reformed Church it is still independent with the hub of the organisation being the Church Meeting where Church members (those that have been accepted into membership) can vote on the actions of the Church including advertising for and selecting their own minister.

The Church members annually elect/re-elect some of their number to be Deacons, whose role is to assist the Minister with the spiritual and pastoral oversight of all who attend worship. The group of Deacons are known collectively as the Diaconate, whose number also include the Church Secretary & the Church Treasurer.

Bunyan Meeting also has a strong Board of Trustees, who (legally) own and maintain the fabric of Bunyan Meeting, including the John Bunyan Museum & Library and the Basement@Bunyan. They are responsible for Trust funds, which have grown over the years due to specific legacies and gifts, and for several investment properties. Included within the Trust funds are specific legacies which can only be used for the relief of hardship.

There is also a strong element of free thinking in our tradition with a continual questioning of our faith and the actions we take as Christians. Bunyan Church services are relatively traditional in their format (we sing hymns, say prayers and listen to a sermon!) but there is no set dogma or liturgy to be expressly followed.

We look forward to welcoming you to worship with us.

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