Our Sunday Services


At St Saviour’s Parish Church

Sunday services at St Saviour’s combine elegant worship, beautiful surroundings, and challenging preaching. Around 500 people worship regularly at our services, and we’d love you to join us.

Our worship stands in the central/catholic tradition of the Church of England.

Each Sunday begins with a quiet service of Holy Communion in traditional language at 8.00am.

On most Sundays, we offer a range of services at 9.30am: a Holy Communion service with choral music; an informal service for preschool children and their parents; and informal services for primary school age children. In addition, once a month, we offer a “café church” service, which also takes place at 9.30am. In the evening, our choir sings Evensong. For more information, click here.

On the first Sunday of each month, our pattern is different. Our main Sunday service takes place at 10.00am, has a less formal feel, and is accessible to both children and adults. In the evening, we have an informal service, which is often a Holy Communion service with anointing and prayer for healing. For more information, click here.


At St Andrew’s Church Centre

A small congregation also meets for worship each Sunday at 11.30am at St Andrew’s Church Centre, Noctorum.

Services at St Andrew’s have a relaxed feel, and include hymns and a sermon. Holy Communion is celebrated at St Andrew’s twice a month. For more information, click here.