We know that it can be a challenge to walk through the doors of somewhere new, especially if you’re not sure what to expect. So just to reassure you, we thought you would like to know that our dress code is casual, you will receive a warm welcome and friendly people will help you find your way around. We offer free refreshments: coffee, tea, cookies and fruit and there are fun, age-appropriate children’s activities available. There will be a time of contemporary music and singing and after that, there will be a talk relevant to life. We usually end our gathering with a time of prayer for those who would like it.
We currently meet at 10.30am at Emmanuel’s Yard | Church Street | Trowbridge |BA14 8RZ.
Throughout the year we have various guest speakers, family events and celebration services. Have a look at our “Events” section for more information. Please note that there is no Sunday gathering on the following date: 30 December 2018.
Join our newcomers’ journey!
COME AND SAY HELLO!
If you pay us a visit please come and say hello - we would love to meet you! Before and our Sunday gathering join us at our Connect Corner where you will receive a warm welcome and have the opportunity to collect a WWV magazine which is full of information about our community, including what’s happening throughout the year. You may also like to complete a connect card which will helps us get in touch if you would like to know more about community life.
After a few visits to our Sunday gathering you may want to join us for a newcomers' lunch. Newcomers lunches are a great opportunity to hear our story, meet some of the team, learn about our vision and what's important to us. It’s a great time to ask any questions and discover more about the Vineyard Movement.
Feeling that WWV could be the community for you? Once you have been to a Newcomers Lunch we would love you to join our Newcomers’ Group. Our time together will take you on a four week journey into the heart and DNA of the Vineyard Movement, why and how WWV began, what’s important to us, how we approach community life, what it means to belong and journey together, and what we would love to see happen across the towns and villages we serve and represent. It is a great time to share and explore any questions you may have. We also hope that as you seek to discover whether WWV is the church for you, you will enjoy your time with us, have some fun, and maybe make some new friends on the way.