This act of public worship is currently suspended because of the coronavirus. For information about how to join with us in prayer from your own home (including on Wednesday mornings), please visit the parish website. You may find it helpful to opt in to receive weekly eNews about church activities.
Holy Communion is celebrated by the whole people of God gathered for worship. In addition to our weekly Parish Eucharist (Sunday mornings), we hold a short midweek Holy Communion on Wednesday mornings. (Occasionally, Morning Prayer may replace this Holy Communion.)
There is no Evensong at present, due to safety restrictions to inhibit the spread of COVID-19. [Evensong is normally a service of prayers, psalms, and canticles, conducted according to a set seasonal form.]
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While we are unable to meet together socially in person, our Lay Readers are hosting a make-your-own-coffee hour online using Google Meet.
Make yourself a drink and then use a telephone to join the conversations (via a London number), or enter the online space using a computer, smartphone or tablet (free, apart from whatever your normally pay for your internet access).
Please use the message facility on this website to request more information. We also send a weekly reminder and other information to those signed up to receive parish eNews.
We celebrate the Eucharist on Sunday mornings. We also live-stream services on the parish YouTube channel. For those who cannot join at the time, recordings normally be available to watch soon after the service has concluded. Go to: https://youtube.com/channel/UCv0KDKmAwGyIsE1i07xmiiw
Please note: Due to COVID-19 restrictions and the need for social distancing, we ask those who want to attend in person to contact our worship group ([email protected]) by 7pm on Saturday evening. Or telephone our churchwardens. This helps us to seat households safely.
Note that there is no hymn-singing, and it is important that people leave quietly after the services. Those attending in person are legally required to cover our faces inside the church buildings. Please bring a mask or other face covering with you. (If you are exempted, please inform the stewards on arrival.)
There is a small chance that the number of people seeking to attend could exceed what our building can safely hold. If that happens, we will introduce a formal booking system.
An order of service is available to download from the parish website, where you can also read the text of each week's sermon.
The Eucharist is at the heart of Christian worship. It is celebrated by Christians around the world as a memorial of the death and resurrection of Jesus, in response to his words at the final meal he shared with his disciples, ‘Do this in remembrance of me.’
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