Serving God, Serving our Community

You will be very welcome at any of our services, the details are below:

Sunday

Time

Service

1st  

9.30 am

Holy Communion (BCP) with Sunday Club for children

2nd  

8 am  

9.30 am  

Holy Communion

All Age Worship

3rd

9.30 am

Holy Communion (CW) with Sunday Club for children

4th

9.30 am

Morning Prayer (CW)

5th  

9.30 am

Morning Prayer (BCP) with Sunday Club for children

Wednesday

Time

Service

1st & 3rd

9.00 am

S.P.A.C.E.

What are our different services like?

We offer a range of services, as we seek to provide something for all. Everyone is welcome at all our services, especially families and children.

Book of Common Prayer (BCP) services

These follow the traditional Book of Common Prayer wording and use traditional hymns with the occasional modern one. There is no music or Sunday Club at the 8.00 am service.

All Age Worship

This is a less formal and shorter service catering for the whole family. Music includes both traditional and modern hymns and songs and is led from the piano and other instruments.

Common Worship (CW)

This is the modern service book used in the Church of England. At these services both modern and traditional hymns are used led by the organ and choir.

S.P.A.C.E.

This is an informal communion service on a Wednesday morning with room for our own thoughts and silent prayers, some brief congregational prayers and Communion, ending by 930am.

Sunday Club

Provides a chance for children to take part in their own activities for part of the service, then rejoin the main service towards the end – and show the rest of the congregation what they have been doing.

Sunday and weekday services

What are our different services like? We offer a range of services, as we seek to provide something for all. Everyone is welcome at all our services, especially families and children. Book of Common Prayer (BCP) services [1st and 5th Sunday of the month, 9.30am, with Sunday Club; 2nd Sunday 8.00am Holy Communion] These follow the traditional Book of Common Prayer wording…

Service rota

Click on this link for the services rota from July 1st to October 7th: SERVICES ROTA JUL 1 TO OCT 7 2018 Click on this link for the services rota from Oct 14th to Jan 27th 2019 SERVICES ROTA OCT 14 TO JAN 27 2019

Baptism and Christenings

Baptism and Christenings Whenever possible these ceremonies are held during an All Age Worship Service. This enables the wider church family to welcome the child. These services are held on the 2nd sunday of the month at 9.30 a.m. However, should you prefer a private service, this can be arranged and more details can be obtained from The Rector, Fred Olney. (01580 852275)…

Confirmation

Confirmation What is Confirmation? What we now call confirmation was originally part of a wider ceremony of Christian initiation and only became a separate rite when bishops were no longer able to preside at all baptisms. Confirmation is carried out by the bishop for those who have been baptised and now wish to affirm for themselves their faith and their intention to…

Weddings

Thinking about a church wedding? Congratulations! You’re welcome to marry in church whatever your beliefs, whether or not you are baptised and whether or not you go to church. And, marrying in church has never been easier thanks to a change in the law which means you now have more churches to choose from. For such a special day, we offer a…

Funerals

Funerals   A funeral marks the close of a human life on earth. It is the opportunity for friends and family to express their grief, to give thanks for the life which has now completed its journey in this world and to commend the person into God’s keeping. As far back into history as we can penetrate, human beings seem to have…