Morning Services

SUNDAY MORNING SERVICES  

              8.30am-Holy Communion. Every Sunday.

Suspended at present. A review will take place in August.communion

An early morning Holy Communion, based on the Book of Common Prayer, is held every Sunday morning at 8.30am. This is a said service and gives the opportunity for quiet reflection and worship. There are two Bible readings and, occasionally, a short talk, although no hymns are sung. The service lasts about 40minutes and all visitors are always made to feel welcome.

 

children10.00am - 11am Sunday Club in the Church Hall.

Every Sunday during  School Term Time.

Meetings are suspended at present. A review will take place in August.

We share fun, fellowhip and faith, exploring Christianity through stories, crafts, art, music and games. Children may stay independently from 3 years, although younger children are always welcome if accompanied by parents or guardians. Come each week or whenever you can. We look forward to meeting you.

See the Children and Young People page for more details.

 

10.30am-Holy Communion. 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays

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Our Holy Communion is based on the Book of Common Worship and services are held on the first, third and fifth Sunday of every month. Coffee and tea are served in the Church Hall after the service, providing an invaluable time of fellowship with friends and visitors alike.

 

10prayer.30am-Morning Prayer. 2nd and 4th Sundays

A traditional Morning Prayer service is held on the second and fourth Sunday of every month. Preaching is generally set around a set Bible reading with hymns accompanied by organ or CD music, and choir. Coffee and tea are served in the Church Hall after the service, providing an invaluable time of fellowship with friends and visitors alike.

At all 10.30 am services, we offer a supervised crèche with a dedicated space at the rear of church, but children are welcome to stay with their parents if they prefer and take a drawstring children’s toy bag. located by the creche area, back to their pew.