Morning Service
This usually begins with a time of praise and worship led by our music group, followed by communion and interactive prayer time alternating each week, and then a talk.
Children usually leave for their own groups before communion.
Our dedicated volunteers lead a youth group at the same time as the children's groups.
Drinks are served before and after the service which usually finishes at about 12:00 pm

This normally takes place on the second Sunday of each month and is a slightly different format to normal!  It's an hour long time together that is designed to be relaxed, informal, and relational.  The idea is to introduce Jesus to others and to encourage each other.  We finish off the time with coffee and cake.

B1 meeting
Approximately four times a year we meet on a Sunday evening with other churches from the B1 group in Taunton for a time of worship and prayer.

Children & Youth
Children are very welcome at Canon Street and we don't mind a bit of noise and distraction!
There is a box of toys at the back of the hall for small children if they get restless during the praise and worship time and parents can walk around.

Worship Style
Being a Pentecostal church our praise and worship style is quite informal with space given for congregational participation.  People may well pray out loud during the worship or share a Bible reading or prophecy (God given message of encouragement, strengthening or comfort).
Sometimes the gift of tongues may be used when someone speaks in an unknown language and an interpretation is given (similar to prophecy but in two stages).
We invite contributions from all Christians during worship but please bear in mind the Biblical exhortations to do everything in love, in an orderly manner and to desire prophecy above tongues in public meetings.

We celebrate communion (also known as the Lord’s Supper, Eucharist or breaking of bread) once or twice a month during the service.
Everyone who knows Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour is welcome to take communion regardless of denominational affiliation.
It is very rare for everyone in the service to take communion so please do not feel at all embarrassed if you do not take part.
For inclusion reasons we use grape juice instead of wine and gluten free bread is also available.

The church is funded entirely by congregational giving. We don’t take up an offering during the services but if you would like to give to the work of the church please use the box near the entrance or enquire about direct giving and Gift Aid. 
Although this is an important part of worship for many who attend regularly please do not feel obliged to give.