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About Us:


Ichthus Southcroft Church is led by Phil and Hayley Tate, with a vision to share the good news of Jesus with the people of our community. Our desire is to be and to make disciples of Jesus Christ.


We gather each week to build relationships, pray, worship Jesus, listen to God’s word and share life with each other. We want you to feel at home – there is no dress code! We give time to worship at the beginning of our times together, followed by a talk on the Bible (and activities for the children). Our gatherings are informal, fun, engaging and accessible to all ages.

During our times together we worship, explore faith in Jesus, hear updates on family news, the projects we support locally and around the world, and pray together.  We believe Jesus heals today and we are happy to pray for any sickness, pain or injury. Whatever your circumstances we would love to pray for you.

If all that sounds a bit scary or unfamiliar don't worry! We welcome new people regularly and we can talk you through it or answer any questions. If you have a question we've not answered here do drop us a line.

We actively encourage each person to receive and exercise their spiritual gifts as given by God. We lead alongside a committed Prayer Planning team who meet regularly to discuss various aspects of church life and we seek to lead and serve the congregation from a place of prayer.

Our current team are Amy Nash, Mike Stott, Jon Mansell, Steve Findlater and David Glawu. We also meet with a wider team of homegroup leaders and those responsible for aspects of church life for Bible study, encouragement, vision sharing, prayer, worship and prophecy.

At a Sunday Service, You Can Expect:

  • A thought provoking and engaging message base on the Bible.

  • Each service to last around 90 minutes.

  • Engaging worship music.

  • Activities for children and young people

  • The offer of prayer if you would like to receive it


Our Values

We are part of Ichthus Christian Fellowship, so our Mission, Values and Methods

are the same. Find out more about them here

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