Every Sunday morning people from all over Baffins and Milton, gather together because of Jesus to worship Him and to love and serve one another.  All are welcome to join us!

What to Expect

We meet at the Shore Avenue Building, (PO4 8NB) at 10:00AM.  During our time together we sing, read from the Bible, share encouragements, listen to teaching straight from the Bible, take communion and pray for the city and for one another.

Our main service ends at 11:30AM, when we grab something to drink and catch up with our church family. If it is your first Sunday with us, be sure to introduce yourself to our guest team (if they haven’t said ‘Hello’ already).  Why not let us know if you’re planning a visit by giving us your details:


Our Sunday Morning services are tailored for the whole family. We are a growing church and are blessed to have many babies born over the last few years.  We prioritise supporting parents with their children, wanting church to be a relaxed and friendly environment for all.  We have an area with soft toys for parents and babies (0-1 year) in our main hall which can be used during the service.

We also run the following groups for our children during the service:

for preschool children

in the Lounge (across the foyer)

(children under 1 need to be accompanied by an adult)

for school years 1 – 6

in the Kids Room (through the doors in the main hall)

for school years 7-11

in the Youth Room

(youth leave later during the service – watch out for the team)

All our children’s groups aim to provide children with a fun atmosphere and a focus on praise and learning more about our great big God! Our Under-18 ministries start during the service – so watch out for the teams our Christ Central Kids t-shirts, or check with our Welcome Team.

Sunday Morning Car Parking

The Shore Avenue congregation meet close by, and many take the opportunity to walk to church. The building does have ample parking, and if you are driving, our team will be happy to help direct you. Follow the road signs to ‘Langstone Church’ visible from Eastern Road.