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Sundays

10.30 Eucharist 

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Our Sunday Eucharist is a relaxed but traditional liturgy with hymns, incense and a sung mass setting. We gather together to share in Holy Communion in bread and wine, Christ’s body and blood. We hear from the scriptures and reflect on what the readings for the day have to say to us as we reflect on them in the light of our context. Our Sung Eucharist lasts no more than an hour, and children of all ages are welcome. 

Refreshments are served after the service on the first Sunday in each month.

10.30 Sunday School

Children can explore the Christian faith through fun activities during the service. We meet in church first, and return to the service in time for Holy Communion. Children who have not yet been baptized or prepared for Holy Communion are most welcome, with their guardians, to come forward for a blessing.

 

 

Holy Week

 

Palm Sunday 24 March

10.30 Eucharist with Procession of Palms

You can start your day in prayer with us on weekday mornings (Mondays to Wednesdays) as you enter the Church there will be a QR code which will take you to the prayers for the day.

Maundy Thursday 28 March

18.00 Sung Eucharist with foot washing and vigil

Join us this Thursday as we remember Jesus's command that we should love one another as he has loved us.

Good Friday 29 March

11.00 Children's Activities

14.00 The Liturgy of Good Friday

Join us this Friday as we remember the crucifixion and death of Christ, with veneration of the Cross.

 

Weekdays

There are no weekday services during the Summer months. 

09.00 Morning Prayer (subject to clergy availability)

You can start your day in prayer with us on weekday mornings (Mondays to Wednesdays) as you enter the Church there will be a QR code which will take you to the prayers for the day.

12.30 Lunchtime Eucharist

A short said service, with no hymns or sermon celebrating the major festivals during the year (Thursdays - as advertised).