Shared silence* – 8.30am
Morning Prayer 9:00am
* Starts and ends with a very short reading and simple prayer but otherwise the meditation will simply be a time of silence.
Morning Prayer 9:00am
1st week: Coffee then Holy Communion 10:00 am Otherwise: Holy Communion 9:00 am
1st and 3rd week: Holy Communion & Prayer for Healing 7:00pm
Morning Prayer 7:45am followed by ‘Take Five’ (No ‘Take 5’ during school holidays)
9am in school holidays
Sunday 1662 Holy Communion at 8:00am: Every Sunday
Maintaining and sharing in the richness and the beauty of the traditional language.
Explore Together Service at 10.30am: 3rd Sunday
This service seeks to enable children and young people to take part fully throughout the whole time of the Church meeting together, one of the key recommendations of Children @ Communion. Over the months we hope to encourage children and young people to play an active role in many parts of the service. There will be Coffee afterwards but, of course, no Junior Church (Sunday School).
Sunday Morning Worship at 10.30am:
This will now follow a pattern of alternating between Communion Services (1st & 4th & 5th), Family Communion (3rd)and a Morning Worship Service (2nd) the latter providing the opportunity to explore the Bible readings in a bit more depth or to welcome guest speakers.
Junior Church (Sunday School) at 10:30am:
We are very fortunate to have a really committed group of Sunday School Teachers and they will provide a Sunday School for three out of the four Sundays a month. 3rd Sunday no Sunday school but Family communion in Church.
Mini Church (Family Service)
1st Sunday of the month at 4pm followed by tea
Sunday Evening Communion Services at 6.30pm: 2nd and 4th Sundays – Café Communion
Café Communion Service – 2nd and 4th Sundays: this is designed to encourage those who enjoy a less structured approach to worship. The service involves a simple discussion over a cup of coffee to begin with, a time of worship and prayer, and then the breaking of bread together. An easy way into worship for everyone.
A message for Families
Families with very young children are very welcome at any service. If during the service you need to feed, change or entertain your child, the vestry at the back of the church has changing facilities, a comfy chair for feeding and toddler toys available for your use.