Services

Every Sunday @ 11am – Sunday Worship

Every Wednesday @ 1pm – Service of Reflection
Pamela McCarthy (facilitator)

Sunday Services in May 2020

The church services have now returned to the church on a Sunday morning. We are operating with a vastly reduced capacity due to regulations regarding the CoVid-19 pandemic and we ask you to notify the church if you intend attending the service in person. We are pleased though to be able to broadcast the service via Zoom for anybody who would like to “attend” from the convenience of their own computer. These services are also podcasted in full shortly after the service. To attend the service on a Sunday morning, click here (at or after 10.50 on the Sunday morning). Please feel free to stay afterwards for Virtual Coffee which will be hosted by Will. We love meeting new people.

Services in July

July 12th – Arcadia – Aidan Driscoll
July 19th – I Am My Brother’s Keeper – Rev. Bridget Spain
July 26th – History’s Most Influential Thinkers – Rev. Bridget Spain

In this initial period of reopening, while we find our feet and work our way through the various restrictions and how we can make them work for us, there will be no hymn singing or Sunday Club during the service. There is always a children’s story during the service.

All welcome.

Details of the rota for coffee, readings & welcomings is on the rotas page.

Our main service takes place at 11 am on Sundays. These are taken by the Minister or by members of the congregation and consist of prayers, readings, hymns and a short sermon. After the service, the congregation takes tea or coffee together in the church and visitors are very welcome to join us.

Children under 12 stay for the first 15 minutes of the service and are then brought to the vestry by a rota of volunteers from the congregation for special activities of their own.

Attendance at service is open to all, and while there is no formal requirement for membership, those attending regularly are encouraged to participate in church activities and to make financial contributions to its upkeep if they can.

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