The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; His mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness. Lamentations 3v22-23


not being held until further notice

10.30am Prayer
11.00am and 6.30pm
Morning Communion
second Sunday in month

Evening Communion
fourth Sunday in month

Children go to S-Club during the morning service

7.45pm Bible Study and Prayer

Home Groups
Second Wednesday in month

7.00am Prayer

10.30am-12.00pm Copse Coffee
every other Thursday

6.15pm Good News Club

7.30pm Friday Friends
every other Friday

Welcome to Copse Road Chapel

As we continue to be unable to worship together in the chapel building because of the Coronavirus crisis, we are holding services online via an application called Zoom. Please see below a link which will enable you to join our services online. All you need to do is click on the link and follow the instructions to join us for the normal service times: Sunday 11.00am & 6.30pm and Wednesday 7.45pm.

There will not be an evening service on Sunday 18th October, but we will be meeting in the chapel building at 4.00pm for the Lord's Supper.

If you follow the link before the meeting has started you will see a message asking you to wait until the host lets you into the meeting.

Who are we?

We are an Evangelical church who has been in existence for over 160 years.

What do we believe?

We believe the Bible is the word of God and seek to live our lives by its teachings. We believe that God in His great love sent His Son the Lord Jesus into the world to save us from our sins. We believe that the Lord Jesus died on the cross of Calvary and rose again from the dead to save His people from their sin. This means that all who trust in Him for their salvation are forgiven all their sins and have eternal life through His name.

What do we do in our meetings?

Our services are very simple. We bring our prayers and worship to God in a time of singing, and then we hear preaching and teaching from the Bible. Our services typically last about an hour and a quarter. We frequently have people in our meetings who are not Christians. We welcome them warmly and trust and pray that God will speak to them through the Bible. We are known for our friendliness and warm welcome. Why not come one Sunday and see for yourself? We preach that Jesus Christ came here to earth to show us the love of God. We preach that He died to deliver us from the penalty of sin and the power of sin. We preach that by His death He saves all who come to Him from the penalty of sin and brings them into the kingdom of God and makes them the children of God.This is why Christ is at the centre of our faith. It is because He is the Saviour whom God sent into the world to save us from our sins. He is the Saviour who cleanses us from our sin and brings us into fellowship with God. All who come to God through faith in Christ are received as the beloved children of God.

We invite you warmly to join us one Sunday

Perhaps you do not usually attend church and perhaps you think that there is nothing there for you. The truth, however, is that we preach a message that you need to hear. You need to hear what the Bible teaches about Christ so that you may be saved from your sins. As you read these words you have many other questions that you would like to ask. If so we would be delighted to meet with you and speak to you from the Bible. You would be most welcome to come to one of our services. Alternatively, if you would like someone to come and visit you then please contact us. We would be delighted to come and see you and speak to you more on these matters. All are welcome.
Postponed until further notice

Latest Series

Studies in the Psalms

Scenes from the Song of Solomon

Paul's letter to the Colossians

What is the gospel?


John 3


Visiting preachers and one-off sermons