A traditional Sung Eucharist drawn from the Book of Common Prayer, with readings from the King James Bible, with musical settings led by the St Giles Quartet (four professional singers) and the organ, together with preaching from the scriptures applied to contemporary life.
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From 5 July, we will resume a limited schedule of worship in church. In the first instance we will offer one 11am service on Sundays. Initially this will be a service of Said Matins, however we hope to be able to offer Holy Communion soon.
It is our purpose to be a house of prayer, so it is important to take this step and to embrace Christ’s promise that “where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.” For some of you, this is a long awaited blessing, but others may feel anxious about venturing into church again. It is normal to feel anxious and no-one will be judged if they do not feel ready to return yet. Each of us must make the decisions that are right for our own circumstances. For those who are unable to be in church, it is our goal to continue to share the act of worship via Zoom, as we have been doing in recent weeks. This will be a process of trial and error, so please bear with us!
A sung traditional service led by the St Giles Choir from the Book of Common Prayer, with psalms, canticles, an anthem, readings from the King James Bible, preaching and an organ voluntary. On one evening a month this is Choral Evening Prayer, when the choir present a special setting for the psalms and canticles.
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