Interpreted service of Holy Communion at St Philip’s Church, Church Road, Bradmore, Wolverhampton WV3 7EN.
Third Wednesday of every month at 11.00am.
Followed by a cafe if you want to stay.
Interpreted Services 2nd and 4th Sunday of Month at 7.30 pmTrent VineyardEaster ParkLenton LaneNottingham NG7 2PX
Contact Debbie Phillips (NV Level 3 BSL)
Mobile 07947 533621 (voice & Text)
Meets 1st and 3rd Sundays in the Month
3pm in St Andrews
Interpreted service on first 'sunday of each month
Cross & Stable Church
Downs Barn Boulevard
Interpreters : one MRSLI assisted by one Stage 3 and one Stage 2
St Michael and All Angels Church
Second of the month “Worship Together” an informal service of prayer and learning together, . Fourth of the month Holy Communion .
Services are in BSL with English voice-over and service words on Powerpoint.
Any changes to the services will be advertised on our Deaf Church Lichfield Facebook page or our blog
Lifespring church, wolverhampton which meets at the university campus at compton every week at 10:30
The church has 2 signers at level 2 and one who has completed a degree in
The contact details for the church office would be
9 Summerfield Road,
the church meeting address is
Compton Park Campus,
University of Wolverhampton,
Bob and Gabi McFarland pastor the Midlands Christian Fellowship. There is a service for the deaf at All Nations Centre one Sunday a month at 3:00pm. Each Sunday at 10:30am we attend the hearing church for worship and hearing the Word of God, both of which are interpreted for God wants us to serve among the Body of Jesus. There is also a deaf cell group meeting in the locality mid-week. We have a meeting every 6 weeks called People Together for deaf and hearing people to get together socially for fun and friendship.
Mark will ensure the service is fun and interesting for all ages with magic show included
DOORS OPEN 3.00pm
START 3.30 pm
Refreshments and Time for chat
* We will be joined by a researcher form BBC Television "Songs of Praise" who wants to see what we do.
Derby Deaf Church takes place in Deaf Club, Rycote Centre, Parker Street, Derby, DE1 3HF
can also access from Kedlestone Road map here
Since September 2004, Deaf people have been involved with Riverside Church and have experienced a positive attitude and great welcome. Each week since 2004, Riverside has provided a qualified Sign Language Interpreter at one of their Sunday morning services and has always been keen to make sure that Deaf people can access all parts of the service. In January 2006 the Home Group for Deaf people and BSL Users was set up and we have run two successful BSL Alpha Courses in 2007 and 2008 and 2009. Two Deaf people became Christians this year through the Alpha Course. 1 Corinthians 12:12 “The human body has many parts, but the many parts make up one body.” This is what we see in Riverside: Deaf and Hearing people have differences, but we work together as one community, serving Jesus in one spirit.
NEW WEBSITE www.wordofhands.org.uk We runs on 1st Sunday of every month at Riverside House
|Sunday mornings||Every Sunday morning at 11:15am a Qualified BSL Interpreter is provided for Deaf people to integrate into the hearing service based at Queensbridge School: For more information about services, click here.|
|Word Of Hands (Christian fellowship for Deaf people)||1st Sunday of every month at Riverside House|
|Thursday evening||At 7:30pm, there is a Home Group for Deaf people and BSL users, meeting at Jay and Elizabeth Thomas-Morton’s house for Bible study and discussion. During half-terms / breaks we arrange social events such as meals, bowling, pub, etc.|
|Alpha Course for Deaf People||Runs up to two times a year based at Riverside House.|
Sunday Worship at 10.00 am is regularly Interpreted.
Interpreting Team: Mark and Anna Smith, Kathryn Durkin,
Deaf members also interpret and sign the songs and worship and contribute to the service.
There are Deaf people worshipping here regularly and a group of hearing people who have some signing abilities.
Special events the church. Concerts, Alpha Course are also interpreted.
There are a range of childrens groups - but if bringing a deaf child it is best to get in touch in advance so we can organise communication support where possible.
Contact:Mark Smith07702 269608mark @deafchurch.co.uk
St Mark's Church offer Sunday afternoon Service at 3pm on the 4th Sunday of every month in Nottingham Deaf Club.
Nottinghamshire Deaf Society
22 Forest Road West
Nottingham NG7 4EQ
St Stephens Community Church
Interpreted services restart on 3rd May 2016 and thereafter on the 3rd Sunday of Each Month
Dawlish Drive, Bentilee, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire. ST2 OET
The Church is off Pilgrims way opposite the row of shops. The meetings as follows.
sun morning 11 am till around 12.15-30 pm sun evening 6 till about 7.15
Signlanguage translationon request
after evening service, there is a extension of worship and learning God's word for the youth of the church. It is regularly signed
Contact Lee White to ensure the service you visit is signed
Interpreted Service 10.30 Sunday mornings
(interpreted by Christine Bones)
Deaf Group led by Deaf Pastor Paul Barker.
Deaf lead meetings Dec 2008 to Jan 2009 are
Fridays 12 December ,9 Jan, 13 Jan
Sundays Dec 21 , Jan 4, Jan 18th
Melton Vineyard has interpreted services on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month at 10:30am
Pera Conference Centre,
For more information people can email Kathryn at