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The Church of England have suspended all acts public worship for the foreseeable future. Please see the link for more information. Church of England COVID 19 guidance for churches

Once we are allowed to hold public services, our usual services are:

Each Sunday we have a Eucharistic Service at 10:30 am Our Junior Church meet at the same time.  The Second Sunday of the month is a Family Service with Communion.

Tuesdays at 11:30 am Mid week Communion service (Said)

Last Saturday of the month, 11:30am half hour of prayer

For details of all our services and events taking place, please see our Calendar Page

Follow the links for information on Baptism and ChristeningsWeddings and Funerals


Good to know

At our main Sunday service someone will be at the back of church to welcome you; let us know if you are new or visiting for the first time. As you come in to church you will be given a hymn book, service booklet and a pew sheet, which gives information about the service and other activities in church during the week. We have large-print copies of the service booklet, and a sound system that has a hearing loop.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you have young children, we have a creche on the north side of the church.  If your child is aged 4 or upwards, we have a junior church within the community room at the back of church, please do speak to one of our welcome team members and they will show you the way.  They will be brought back to church about halfway through the service.

A collection is taken during the service, but please don't feel obliged to contribute. If you want to give a one-off donation, Gift Aid envelopes are available. You can also make a donation online, using our secure donations page, we can even take a contactless payment in church should you wish to donation this way.

The bread and the wine for communion is shared at the altar rail. If you are unable to come up to the altar rail, please let the welcomers know, so that the communion can be brought to you in the pew. If would prefer to receive a blessing, please keep your arms to your side.

Gluten-free wafers are available; please ask the welcomers if you need a gluten-free wafer.

There is a toilet, with baby-changing facilities, at the back of church. 

We meet for tea or coffee in the community room after the service; please do join us.   


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