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Accessing a media file or document will vary according to your device and it's operating system. Below gives some general guidance. However, using a search engine such as Google is a useful way of getting more detailed advice for your device.

Using a tablet or smart-phone:     Once you have chosen and clicked on the link to the file you want, the file will either 'open' and play or be download into your devices downloads folder ready to be played from there. If this happens you will need to locate the downloads folder in order to play it. You may need to download a suitable file manager app (from Google play store etc.) in order to find files in your downloads folder easily.


Using a laptop or PC:    Once you have chosen and clicked on the link to the file you want, you will usually see a pop up list appear at the bottom of your screen giving you the choice to either 'open' or 'save' the file. Opening the file allows you to access the file while you are online only. Saving it allows you to access it anywhere / anytime - even when not online. This method will probably give a less "jerky"  playback of a recording because it does not rely on your internet speed / connection when playing the recording. If you choose to save it, click on the arrow next to the word 'save' and choose ''save as', which then allows you to decide where on your computer you want to save the file ready to access it. If you want to watch the recording and then delete it soon after, It may be easiest to find it by saving the recording onto your desktop. To do this, after choosing "save as" click on "browse" your computer, then select desktop, then click on the save button. You can move it later if you want to keep it. When finished with, the file can simply be deleted from your desktop/ saved location.

If the open or save pop up does not appear, right click the chosen file from the website, then choose save target as. This allows you to save the file in exactly the same way.


To free memory on your device you may wish to delete multimedia file (s) from your device when finished with as they usually take up quite a lot of memory.


If you can not see information or links that you know should be there (such as a service recording), you may need to "refresh" your devices browser. Either click here for more information about how to do this or search online (Google etc.) for guidance how to do this for your device. If this does not work, please contact Bob.

As our Church Copyright Licence does not permit the inclusion online of music either played or sung within our "whole service" recordings below, the musical elements our worship within the whole service recording have been removed. However, the whole service CD recordings (including the songs) are available to loan at the church for private home listening. We apologise if this spoils your listening to our recordings online.




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Bible Reading

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Whole service  


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"The Spirit brings Life"

Acts Ch 2 v 1-6 and v 14-21

in two parts



"Our Churches 95th Anniversary- 

"The Church Family"

Ephesians Ch 3 v 1-21

in two parts



"Ascention- Jesus the King"

Acts Ch 1 v 1-12

in two parts



"Disciples together"

Acts Ch 1 v 12-26



"The disciple who foreives"

John ch 20 v 19-23

in two parts



"The disciple who doubts"

John ch 20 v 24-31

in two parts



"The disciple who accepts change"

John ch 21 v 15-19

in two parts



Easter Sunday

"Easter Sunday"

John ch 20 v 1-18

in two parts



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