Following guidance from the Church of England and the Government we are now able to return to our wonderful Church, operating within the guidelines set out for the prevention of the spread of Covid 19.
Until further notice our services will be:
Sunday 10:30 am alternating Parish Eucharist and Family Service.
Monday and Thursday 9:00 am Morning Prayer, and Thursday 10:00 am Holy Communion.
We will continue to stream all services though our Facebook page. A link to this can be found in the footer of our website. Streamed services will then be able to be viewed after the event for those who miss them live.
If you would like to follow the Family service please download the service sheet by clicking on the photo of the cross in the text below.
In addition, if you have prayer requests please email them to [email protected]
This pattern of services replaces the Normal Pattern of Services which are mentioned below.
TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED NORMAL PATTERN OF SERVICES
At 10 am on Sunday we hold a Family Service which is less formal, aimed at families, children and those who prefer this style of worship. On the 1st Sunday of the month it’s a Family Eucharist Service.
Our service at 11.00 am on Sunday is a formal Family Eucharist, the majority of the time with a robed Choir.
The Pew Sheet is distributed at both Sunday services – with any leftover being ‘recycled’ to the following Thursday.
Click on the photo of the Cross on the window sill behind the altar which will take you to the Service Sheet for our Family Service.
TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED ALSO ARE THE FOLLOWING SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES
We meet on Monday and Thursday at 9 am for Morning Prayer, and at 4 pm for Evening Prayer. These are quiet and reflective services to start and finish the day. The Evening Prayer services were not held over the Winter months but with Spring arriving they are not taking place again.
On Thursday at 10 am there is a service of Holy Communion.
Community Coffee Morning
On Thursday morning, from 10.30am there is a coffee morning in the Church Hall open to everyone. There will be tea, coffee and biscuits – sometimes cake. This is a community event and we’ll aim to develop this with guest speakers and visitors over the next few months.