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Sunday Worship

Worship is at the heart of all we are and all we do.

And in these times of coronavirus we are exploring alternative ways of keeping it that way.

Click here to find out how to be part of our Home Service - live Sunday worship, on line at 11.00.

And we have begun offering a short said service of Holy Communion in the church building, starting at 09.30.

Being very careful with one another, of course.
Which means:

  • not attending if we have any related symptoms
  • keeping our distance from others at all times
  • sanitising our hands on arrival
  • taking a designated place in the pews
  • receiving the bread but not the wine
  • having no refreshments afterwards


Apart from that, it will be recognisable church in familiar surroundings, using familar patterns of prayer and the gift of bread to help us grow together into the mystery of God:Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

If you feel able to be there, it will be lovely to see you IRL.
A
nd if you have any questions, do get in touch.



In more usual times our pattern of Sunday worship has looked like this:


We have twenty minutes of quiet, contemplative Morning Prayer at 09.00.

Our main service each Sunday is the Eucharist at 11.00, with Godly Play and a creche room for our children (outside holiday times) and an all-age service once a month.

In the Eucharist we use the patterns of prayer of the Church of England to help us grow together into the mystery of God and God’s love for us.

We hear the Bible read well, and engage with its wisdom in thoughtful preaching. 

We share bread and wine as we remember Jesus with thanksgiving.  Anyone of any age and background is welcome to be part of this sharing.

Our music is a mixture of traditional and contemporary.  We value silence and celebration.  And we expect our worship to inspire us to live our lives well in God’s world.

The service lasts between 60-70 minutes and many people stay on afterwards for coffee and lively conversation in the hall.