Church of England Diocese of Southwark New Malden and Coombe

These events occur regularly throughout the calendar year.

Sunday

Eleven O'Clock (Morning Prayer/Holy Communion)

Every Sunday at 11 a.m. for 1hr

Coombe Road
New Malden

11.00 am is a quieter and more formal service making greater use of Anglican liturgy and hymns alongside modern worship songs.

Sermons take a more traditional format but seek to expound and apply biblical teaching in a way that is relevant to our everyday lives.

On the first and third Sundays of the month we celebrate Holy Communion with the other Sundays being Morning Prayer.

A typical service lasts around one hour and fifteen minutes and is followed by refreshments in the church lounge.

A recent development is "˜the 11.00 o'clock service lunch' which takes place after the service three times a year (in October, March and June). Coordinated by Anita Ferrero and Heather Perrin, a roast is provided for all the members of the service. Entertainment is provided and the lunch forms an important part of building up our fellowship together.

Refreshments Common Worship
Sunday

six30

Every Sunday at 6:30 p.m. for 1hr

Coombe Road
New Malden

six30 is a time of praise, teaching and response - looking to transform our lives. The service is informal with a lively band to help us focus on worship. There's a lot of singing and a time afterwards to get to know others more. Prayer ministry is offered as part of the service.

The talks often look at current issues from a Christian perspective and explore questions about the Christian faith.

Refreshments are available during the service and a large part of the seating is arranged café-style so we can talk together and encourage each other in our faith.

Sunday

the 9.30 service

Every Sunday at 9:30 a.m. for 55m

Coombe Road
New Malden

The 9.30 am service is designated as 'Sssh Free', signalling its intention to be as children and young family friendly as possible. Everyone is welcome, from newborn babies to grandparents. You don't have to bring a family with you - come along and join ours. But be warned, this service is noisy! There are action songs, engaging speakers, and a band to help us sing together.

We worship all together for the first 10-13 minutes before the children go out to their various groups to enjoy teaching and activities relevant to their ages. See Children's groups for details.

The talks last around 16 minutes, often seeking to provide Biblical teaching on contemporary themes and using visual as well as spoken communication.

The service as a whole lasts between 50 and 55 minutes and is followed by refreshments in the church lounge.

Refreshments Family Friendly Sunday School / Organised Children's Activities
Sunday

We're making some changes to our Sunday Services...

Every Sunday at 10 a.m. for 1hr

Coombe Road
New Malden

From the beginning of September:

- Online services will continue

- Online children's group sessions will continue

- A 'live' service will take place at 10am at Christ Church

We'll be putting some safety measures in place:

- Face coverings must be worn at all times once inside the building, unless you are exempt for medical reasons. Please bring a face covering with you.

- Hands must be sanitised at the cleaning station as soon as you enter the building. Hand sanitiser will be provided.

- Stewards will be on hand to direct you to your seats.

- Chairs will be positioned to maintain social distancing, while allowing households to be able to sit together.

- Children will need to sit with their households. Smaller chairs and colouring sheets will be provided for them.

- Singing will not be permitted during the service.

- Contact details will be recorded for 'track and trace'.

- A one way system will be in place for access to and from the church building.

- Please do not interact with people outside your immediate household or 'support bubble'.

- We won't be serving refreshments. You may bring a bottle of water from home, but please remember to take this with you when you leave.

We look forward to welcoming people back into our building, but safety remains our greatest priority.

We'll continue to assess the situation as it unfolds, and make changes to our provision and procedures in line with guidance from the Government and the Church of England.

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