We’re so pleased that you’re thinking of visiting us.
Welcome Church meets every Sunday at 9am and again at 11am. You’re very welcome to come and join us at either meeting.
Our meetings are relaxed and suitable for all ages, and all sorts of people! Just come as you are and enjoy being with us.
There’s free tea and coffee available after each meeting. This is a good time to say hello and get to know a few people, so please do stay.
To help you on your first visit, we’ve put together some details and a handy guide to some of the most asked questions. You can find this by clicking here.
How to find us
The Welcome Church building is found at the corner of Church Street West and Oaks Road in Woking (next door to the now infamous ‘Woking Pizza Express’!). There is a small car park in Oaks Road that is reserved for people with disabilities or illnesses that mean they can not walk far.
There is an entrance from the car park into the Chapel. The main entrance is on the other side of the building. At both entrances you should find someone from our Welcome Team to help you.
We have a large overflow car park available opposite our building (next to the Fire Station). Look out for our Car Park team who will direct you where to go.
If you need directions to Welcome Church, please click here to open a map.
If you are unable to attend in person…
If you are unable to join us in person, you can join us live each Sunday at 9am or 11am
Each week we will upload sunday’s talk onto this page. Do enjoy these, and why not share them with friends and family and on Social Media?
Sunday 29th January 2023
Relationships Transformed Through Jesus.
"So much of the joy we experience flows out of healthy relationships and yet so much of the pain we experience flows out of unhealthy relationships we experience as well, so what does Jesus offer us through this pain?"
Click on the boxes below to watch previous Sunday talks, or click here to access these and all our previous talks as audio podcasts.
Life Transformed Through Jesus
So much of the joy we experience flows out of healthy relationships and yet so much of the pain we experience flows out of unhealthy relationships we experience as well, so what does Jesus offer us through this pain?
Life Transformed Through Jesus
What would you be prepared to do to get ahead?... Levi was a tax collector, a hated man seen as a traitor to all. How can Jesus transform the life of a man such as this?
Life Transformed Through Jesus
Steve Kicks off our first Talk in our new series "Life Transformed Through Jesus" Through all people and all situations, life is transformed through Jesus.
Growing In Faith And Courage
What part does fear play in holding you back from following Jesus? In our first meeting back in 2023, Steve goes over the choice we make even in hardship and trial, to follow Jesus and step out in faith and courage.
Even Through Mary
Mary wasn't 'Somone special' Mary was someone humble, who God's grace made into somone remarkable..
Even Through Joseph
This Sunday Steve leads us through the topic of Fatherhood. ’dad’ or ‘father’ can be an emotive word for some people, but fatherhood is crucial; good dad’s are a blessing. Some of us had poor or negative experiences of fatherhood, but a good father can be a powerful blessing.
Even Through Zechariah & Elizabeth
What would someone say your priority is? would it be to parent well? your opportunity to learn? to stay looking youthful? Where are you pointing yourself towards and where are you leading others to...
Even Through Samson
Samson's life was fast paced and reckless, super strength and super looks! Its easy to see his life featuring on a blockbuster Hollywood film success! But without boundaries or limitations was he ever truly free?..”
Even Through Peter
We have ALL already disqualified ourselves. But Jesus would say to Simon Peter, even to me, and even to you, “I HAVE QUALIFIED YOU!”
Even Through An Ethiopian Eunuch
Wherever you’re from, God wants to work through you here and now in the UK, and that means we all have a part to play in our church. Whatever your nationality, whatever your language, wherever you were born, God can work out his purposes even through you.
Even Through You
Guest speaker, Sydney leads us through how God moves even through you. God moves through all people, named or unnamed, we each play a supporting role in God's great plan.
Even Through Esther
"Too Young, not from around here, not as qualified, and what would people do or think! What difference can I possibly make??" Meg leads us through the brave story of Esther and how God can move in the most fearsome of times.
Even Through Samuel
Christopher explores how God changes a nation through an unlikely youth worker and an unassuming young person.
Even Through Ruth & Bathsheba
On Sunday we see how through Ruth and Bathsheba's stories, Mercy triumphs over judgement at the cross. Jesus died for broken, sinful people who deserve only judgement; he died for us.
Even Through Tamar & Rahab
How can I, in all my shame, ever come before God??!! This week we visit Tamar & Rehabs' stories of redemption through Jesus and how he shines through both of their lives.
Even Through Paul.
Paul was transformed when he met Jesus.
The video of this Sunday also includes the baptisms. (00:30:39).
Even Through Abraham.
"Who me?! Listen, I'm not that person...I'm not doing great...I don't read the bible...I can't even pray sometimes...I'm a bad Christian, ultimately, I just don't love God like I know I should." Our hearts often believe the lie that we need to prove our worth to God, Yet God has shown us time and again that it's his steadfast love, his patience, his mercy, and his compassion that is the decisive force of redemption. Part one of our new series "Even Through You" (00:45:27).
How the mighty have fallen.
Many of us have been deeply saddened this week by the news that Queen Elizabeth II has died. We mourn with those who mourn; we feel it together as a nation. This week, we reflect on The Queen's servant life in Christ, and the example she led of having a hope that goes beyond the grave. (00:46:44).
Functional Family: Love One Another.
Jesus gave us a New Commandment: to love one another. But love is a universal human experience. What’s actually new about this so called new commandment? (00:51:47).
Functional Family: Pray For One Another.
As a Christian, you get to live a life of communion with God, we live this through prayer. In the hard times, in the good times, prayer! Watch now to hear Christopher unpack three types of prayer. (00:38:54).