Our 8.15 am Holy Communion follows the modern Common Worship service pattern and includes two Bible readings and a shorter sermon. All Christians are welcome to receive communion. Except for special Sundays, such as Easter and Christmas, there are no hymns. Normally the service will be complete within the hour
Eucharist/Holy CommunionCommon Worship Event held in a Church
Our 4 pm Evening Service is a more traditional service with a teaching sermon. Along with the 8.15 and 10.45 services this service follows a special theme for that Sunday, conveyed in the two Bible readings and the talk. From September our Holy Communion 4pm service will move from the 4th Sunday to the 2nd Sunday of every month. On the 4th Sunday we will be introducing a new classical service of choral evensong from Common Worship, with robed choir and organ. If you would like to know more please see the Vicar, Rev. Sarah O'Donoghue. If you are interested in joining the choir please see the organist/choir leader, Eunice Woof.
Our 10.45 am Family Service is attended by most church members and is probably the most accessible to new people. Music is led by the music group and the choir, with song lyrics projected onto two screens at the front of church. As well as a Bible reading and a sermon, there is usually a special song and item for children during the first fifteen minutes of the service, before they leave for our XPLORE Sunday club. Coffee is served following the service, and prayer ministry is available to individuals in the area beside the font. The format of the 10.45 service follows a monthly cycle. The first Sunday of the month includes Holy Communion, while the second Sunday is our Parade Service, attended by young people from the uniformed organizations and their parents. Baptisms or Thanksgivings usually take place during the service on the third Sunday
Eucharist/Holy CommunionHymnsMusicSingingAll age/FamilyRefreshmentsCommon WorshipFamily FriendlySunday School / Organised Children's Activities Event held in a Church