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Everyone is welcome, especially those isolated by mental health difficulties or struggling to cope with life for whatever reason. Those who support them are also welcome.

Open Door aims are simple: to offer a listening ear, a place to be accepted and valued, a place to make friends, signposting to other services, refreshments and a relaxing, informal atmosphere.

No Referral is necessary.
There is no charge for anything*
All meetings are held at 6pm on the first, second, and third Wednesdays of every month

The Church Hall is wheelchair accessible. We will endeavour to meet any other access needs that visitors may have to ensure that they can participate without any barriers.

Open Door provides some basic activities such as games, art & craft, music, and occasional speakers but there is no pressure to take part if you don’t want to..

Open Door welcomes, values and respects people from all backgrounds, beliefs or non-beliefs.

Open Door is committed to providing a safe and enjoyable place for everyone and anyone who is abusive, disruptive or a risk to others will be asked to leave.

Open Door does not permit alcohol, non-medication drugs or other substances on the site. Visitors are also requested to comply with the smoking policy.

* if you need help with transport please call us to discuss; if we can help there may be a small charge

For more details please use the contact form below which will be sent directly to our Open Door team email.

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Our Facebook Page also contains all the latest news, details of events, services and a growing archive of videos. We live stream to Facebook and premiere pre-recorded services each week.

We also have a thriving community group on Facebook for members of our Church Family.

If you don’t want to use Facebook that is fine, please use our YouTube channel or this website.
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