We meet together regularly for the preaching and teaching of God’s Word, worship, prayer and fellowship. These meetings are open to anyone.

We provide regular opportunities for people to bring friends to hear of God’s rescuing love and grace through Jesus Christ. These events, which may come in many forms, supplement the evangelistic efforts made by members of the church as they develop friendships with those who are not yet Christians, and look for opportunities to share the gospel with them.

We believe the Lord Jesus Christ has committed two ordinances to the local church, Baptism and the Lord’s Supper. The New Testament teaches that every person who comes to personal faith in the Lord Jesus Christ is commanded to be baptised. Christian baptism is normally the immersion of the believer in water into the name of the triune God, symbolising that person’s identification with Christ in his death, burial and resurrection. We believe the Lord’s Supper, taking bread and wine with other believers, was instituted by Christ to remember and proclaim his saving death and resurrection. These two ordinances are to be observed and administered until Christ returns.

Small groups are important to the ‘body-life’ of the church. These are for developing us as disciples in leadership, prayer, pastoral care, accountability, fellowship and encouragement. Our small groups should be an important means of change in people’s lives. We urge all church members to participate in a group, if possible.

Children and young people are as valued in the life of Myton Church as anybody. Our aim is to provide a loving, safe, yet challenging context in which they can learn about God, his love, and his purposes for all of us, and be encouraged to make a personal commitment to Christ. We are deeply concerned to see young people given the best foundation for life, and then trained and equipped for service.

The church and its members are to be involved in acts of compassion and service in the various communities from which the members are drawn or to which they feel committed. Church members are also to be energetic and active in their support of world mission.