Church of England Diocese of Manchester St. Thomas, Moorside

These events occur regularly throughout the calendar year.

Morning Prayer

Every day at 7 a.m. for 30m

Glebe Lane
Moorside
Oldham

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Join us to begin the day with prayer

Live streamed service Morning Worship/Prayer Common Worship

Compline Monday and Tuesday

Every day at 7 p.m. for 30m

Glebe Lane
Moorside
Oldham

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Night Prayer via Zoom for Holy Week
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Prayers Holy Week
Sunday

10.30 am Parish Communion Service

Every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. for 1hr

Glebe Lane
Moorside
Oldham

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This will be live streamed. we currently have a maximum number of people 40 as part of our risk assessment for covid 19 precautions.
10.30 am Service of Holy Communion in Church, and Sunday School in the Church Hall (The children and their leaders come in to church during the distribution of Holy Communion)
Parade service involving our uniformed organisations 2nd Sunday in the month in term time.

Live streamed service Refreshments Family Friendly
Sunday

Holy Communion

Every Sunday at 8:30 a.m. for 30m

Glebe Lane
Moorside
Oldham

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A quiet service of Holy Communion.
This service is now taking place in the church.

Book of Common Prayer

Midday Prayer

Every day at noon for 15m

Glebe Lane
Moorside
Oldham

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A short service with a Psalm, reading from the Bible and prayers.

Live streamed service
Wednesday

Wednesday Worship

Every Wednesday at 7 p.m. for 30m

Glebe Lane
Moorside
Oldham

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A short and informal service. This is usually Holy Communion. Suitable for all ages

All age/Family Eucharist/Holy Communion
Monday

Bible Study

Every Monday at 7:30 p.m. for 1hr 30m

Glebe Lane
Moorside
Oldham

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We read and discuss passages from the bible. No knowledge or previous study is needed! We learn together. Join in with the discussion or just listen.
Zoom details available from Revd Denise

Bible study