The first Sunday Service post Covid-19 will be at 10.00 on Sunday 9th August 2020. Since we are not allowed to sing, it will be a Quiet Communion.
The Government has just announced that face coverings must be worn in places of worship. This should not prevent anyone wishing to come to church from doing so as the church has a supply of masks for your use.
For Private Prayer, church is open:
Monday 10am – 12 noon
Wednesday 6.30pm – 8.00pm
Friday 10.00am – 12 noon
We offer a range of services everry week in a friendly, welcoming environment. Our services are open to all with our celebration of Holy Communion at the heart of what we offer.
Holy Communion is the basic building block of Christian worship. We are instructed by Christ to partake of his body and blood symbolized by Bread and Wine, to remember not only the last supper but his ultimate sacrifice for us.
Through communion we are bound to Christ and to each other, not just receiving through this sacrament God’s grace but also willingly taking on all that being a Christian can mean for our lives.
‘I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.’
Sunday 10.00 am Holy Communion
This is a sung service to music played on either the organ or piano.
On the third Sunday of every month we have a Family Communion Service, which is an all-inclusive service specially adapted to encourage families with children of all ages to attend and to feel at home. The church has a carpeted area with a range of toys and books where younger children can play safely within sight of their parents
Wednesday 6.45 pm Evening Prayer
A time for reflection and prayer outside the normal working day.
Thursday 11.00 am Holy Communion
A quiet, reflective service which takes place in the Lady Chapel.
Sunday School takes place at 10.00 in the Church Hall on the second Sunday of every month. The children then join in the main Holy Communion Service towards the end to share what they have been doing with the congregation.