Worship Information

Worship Information

Worship every Sunday morning

  • 8.00am Eucharist:  A quiet service in traditional language. 
  • 9.15am Eucharist: Contemporary language service with Choral Music.
  • 10.45am All-Age Service: Informal service for children and adults – this is a Holy Communion Service except on First Sundays. On most Sundays our children’s groups (Sand, Pebbles, and Rocks) meet as part of our 10.45am service.

Other onsite services

  • Eucharist in contemporary language, Tuesdays at 7.00pm.
  • Eucharist in traditional language, Thursdays at 10.00am.
  • We have a Sunday Evening Choral Service once per month at 6.30pm. 
  • we hold Services of Holy Baptism, by arrangement, at 12.30pm on certain Sundays each month. This follows Baptismal Preparation. Click here for further information, and do contact us if you’d like to know more.

In addition to the services in Church listed below, we offer worship online each week:

  • 9.15am each Sunday – Weekly Podcast – Prayers, Bible reading and reflection
  • 9.00am, Monday to Friday – Short daily service of Bible Readings and prayers

For these online services, visit our Church Facebook Page. You can watch them as they are ‘broadcast’ or catch up later. Everyone is welcome to join in these services from home, and you don’t need to be a member of Facebook to access them.

To listen to our back catalogue of podcasts, click here.

To keep everyone safe in the continuing pandemic, please note the following information before attending a service in our Parish Church:

  • There’s no need to pre-book to attend our services—just turn up!
  • To keep everyone safe, there is a cleaning regime in place between our Sunday services. 
  • Loos are available as normal.
  • We ask everyone, except children under the age of 11 or those who were previously exempt under the former ‘Plan B’ Government regulations, to wear a face covering inside our buildings. 
  • If you wish to sing in Church, please wear a face covering when doing so.
  • In order to prevent the transmission of infection, Holy Communion is received in one kind only during the pandemic – that is, taking the Consecrated Bread only, placed into the hand. The Church of England teaches that we receive the Sacrament in its fullness when receiving in one kind.
  • We ask everyone to maintain physical distancing guidelines in accordance with the “1-metre-plus” approach. This means that you can be 1 metre away from others outside your family group or support bubble if you are wearing a face covering. Otherwise, we ask you to maintain a distance of 2 metres from others outside your family group or support bubble. Please find seats in church in accordance with this rule.
  • We display the official NHS Test and Trace QR Code so that those with the app can scan in.
  • Unless everyone in your party uses the NHS Test and Trace QR Code, we shall ask your party to provide a name and contact number. We keep this temporary record of visitors to our church for 21 days so that we can assist with NHS Test and Trace requests for data (which is needed for contact tracing and the investigation of local COVID19 outbreaks). 
  • When collecting the names and contact details of people attending our church, we ask for their consent. Giving contact details is optional and is not a condition of attending church. 
  • Some of our services are shorter than normal in order to protect everyone.  
  • If you’d like to know more about the arrangements we have in place to keep everyone safe, please don’t hesitate to contact us.