Worship

    All our worship centres round Holy Communion
(also known as the Eucharist).

 

                                                          
Worship underpins all we are as a church community. We come together through the week, ever
week, to worship together.

This the the normal pattern of worship:

 Sundays at 8.00 a.m. Holy Communion
 Quiet and small; we don’t (usually!) sing hymns at this service but we do have a sermon!

 Sundays at 10.00 a.m. Family Communion
 We currently have between 70 and 90 people, including a number of children, worshipping together
 on a Sunday morning. There are groups for children, apart from on the first Sunday of the month   
 when we all worship together. We sing a mix of contemporary worship songs and traditional hymns,
 sometimes accompanied by the organ, and sometimes led by a music group.
 Afterwards, we stay for coffee and chat!

 Monday – Wednesday at 8.30 a.m
 Morning Prayer – a few of us come together in the side chapel and we use the liturgy from Common
 Worship. Daily Prayer.It takes about 20-25 minute.

 Tuesdays at 8.50 a.m
 Lectio Divina - we stay together after morning prayer for about half an hour to read the week’s gospel
 passage and to explore it using this ancient form of bible study.

Wednesdays at 7.30 p.m.
 A small, quiet and informal service of Holy Communion, We sit in a circle around the altar and usually
 use a Celtic liturgy.It lasts about half an hour.

 Thursdays at 10.00 a.m.
 A more traditional service of Holy Communion. It still lasts about half an hour, and usually we have
 between 10 and 20 people present. Afterwards if you have time to stay, we have coffee and nice biscuits

Some Fridays at 6.30 p.m. (see Calendar)

We are trialling a new, less formal, type of service on selected Fridays at 6.30. We sit around cafe style, have music, prayer and discussion and then enjoy a meal together. Suitable for all ages.  ALL WELCOME.