A celebration of Holy Communion in the traditional form found in the Book of Common Prayer 1662. Celebrated in the chancel at the high altar. All are welcome. No booking is required but all safety guidelines are followed.
Eucharist/Holy CommunionBook of Common Prayer
Every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday at 9 a.m. for 20m
Our main act of Sunday worship, celebrated in the body of the church. We explore the Bible together through reading and preaching, and share in the sacrament of Christ's body and blood. Our worship of God is enriched by music, art, symbol and gesture. We mark the times and seasons, and special feast days through the year.
We aim to be an open and inclusive community, and you will find a warm welcome. Please make yourself known to Fr Sam, our Vicar, or the person leading the service. They will be delighted to speak to you. Many visitors to the area and students from the local universities make their home here.
Primary school aged children are welcomed to Junior Church which runs for the first part of the service. We welcome children of any age - there is no need to worry about noise or anything else! Young people aged 11-18 are encouraged to share in the liturgy and take roles serving and leading worship. On some Sundays the whole church shares in an all-age learning activity.
No booking is necessary under the current Covid-19 arrangements, though we follow all safety guidelines closely. At the moment, music during our 10.30 service is provided by the organ, though in normal times we have a choral tradition.
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