Services

For this week’s service details click here.

Note the following Covid guidelines for attending services at present:

  • You should not enter church if you have Covid or untested Covid symptoms.
  • If you need to maintain distance, consider attending one of the quieter services.
  • Please be sensitive to others who may wish to maintain a distance.
  • Hand sanitising at entrance/exit is advised.
  • Face coverings are advised when conditions are crowded and confined.
  • Holy Communion is administered in one kind only.

Some of our services are streamed online. See here for online services and groups.

Sunday
8amHoly Communion
A said service (no music), using the Book of Common Prayer.
9.30amAll Age Worship (in church and live-streamed on Facebook & YouTube)
A family friendly service with children’s groups, using Common Worship in modern language, with music led by the worship band. Holy Communion on the first Sunday of the month.
10.45amHoly Communion (in church and live-streamed on Facebook & Youtube)
A service of Holy Communion using Common Worship in modern language. Music led by the excellent choir of St Mary’s. Live-streamed on our Facebook page and YouTube channel.
6pmEvensong
Music led by St Mary’s Choir. Compline on the 5th Sunday.
7.15pmEncounter (fortnightly)
A café style service in the Parish Hall, with a themed programme.
Weekdays
Monday
9am
Contemplative Prayer – currently phone/email
A short time of prayer and contemplation in St Nicholas’ Chapel.
Tuesday
8.30am
Morning Prayer
The Daily Office using the Book of Common Prayer.
Wednesday
8.30am
Morning Prayer
The Daily Office using the Book of Common Prayer.
Wednesday
11am
Holy Communion
A thoughtful service using the Book of Common Prayer.
Thursday
8.30am
Morning Prayer
The Daily Office using the Book of Common Prayer.
Thursday
10am
Little Fish
A lively, family friendly service, for children, parents and grandparents.
Friday
8am
Holy Communion
A quiet service using the Book of Common Prayer.
Saturday
8am
Morning Prayer
The Daily Office using the Book of Common Prayer.