Services in the church hall - max 20 at safe distances. There will be no refreshments.
10 am 2nd Sunday of the month Holy Communion
10 am 4th Sunday of the month Holy Communion
before lock down regular services were held in the church building and would have moved to the hall during the restoration work.
Zoom services are held at 10 am on the weeks between the hall services. These are of the Morning Praise type and led by a member of the Ministry Team with readings and prayers from the congregation. For an invitation to join the service please contact the Administrator who will send you a link.
Pre- lock down services
8am 1st Sunday of the month
This is a quiet, traditional service. When numbers allow this service takes place in the choir stalls making it a time for close fellowship as well as worship. Holy Communion is said in the modern form published in 2000. It includes a short talk and lasts for 40 minutes.
10am 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday of the month
Although following the form in the 2000 book of Common Worship it allows some variation in the way each section of the service is organised. It includes worship songs and/or hymns and has a full address.
The service lasts for approx 75 minutes and is followed by coffee.
All – age worship
10 am 1st Sunday of the month
This is an informal service accompanied by the music group. It usually includes one or more talks or activities, hymns, songs, prayers, the sharing of experiences and opportunities to ask for prayer.
It lasts for about an hour and is followed by coffee.
10 am 3rd Sunday of the month.
A less predictably structured service than Morning Prayer, it offers worship to God through songs and prayers, Bible passages and explanation of the reading in the form of an address. It lasts for about 75 minutes and is followed by coffee.
It should be noted that occasionally some services change in venue or timing. Please refer to the diary entry for a specific week.
This service is held every Friday morning at 9.30 am in church. It includes a time for open prayer when silent, extempore or written prayers may be offered by anyone in the congregation.
Services for other occasions
Some people call them Christenings