These events occur regularly throughout the calendar year.
Sunday 09 May 2021, Sunday 23 May 2021, Sunday 13 June 2021, Sunday 27 June 2021, Sunday 11 July 2021, Sunday 25 July 2021, Sunday 08 August 2021, Sunday 22 August 2021, Sunday 12 September 2021, Sunday 26 September 2021, Sunday 10 October 2021, Sunday 24 October 2021, Sunday 28 November 2021, Sunday 12 December 2021 at 9 a.m. for 30m
This is a special service where we share bread and wine in our own homes, but which is not blessed by a priest. An agape is literally a sort of meal, and our service is a symbol of that. There are also Bible readings, hymns and prayers with a short homily. The service lasts about 35 minutes.
When you arrive at the church you will be welcomed, invited to sanitise your hands and shown where to sit. You will need to give your name and contact telephone number and you will be given a yellow service card which has all the words on it you say during the service. You need to keep you face mask in place through the whole service.
(From 18th April - please bring a small glass/plastic beaker with you in order to receive wine at communion should you wish to. If you haven't got a cup and would still like to receive, please use one of the glasses provided on a try on the side altar where the wine is distributed. )
During the service we offer various forms of prayer as well as prayers for the needs of God’s world and his people. We hear readings from the Bible and homily of 10 minutes is preached. The priest leading the service offers prayers over bread and wine to celebrate the life and sacrifice of Jesus and to remind us of what he did for us. The bread is then shared out among everyone who is baptised. Please come up to the step to receive the bread holding your hands out in front of you (From 18th April - and then move to the side altar to receive the wine.) A donation plate is left out at the end of the service for donations for the work of the church. The whole service lasts about 40 minutes.
In May, June, July, August, September, October, November. Every Fourth Sunday at 10:30 a.m. for 45m
When you arrive at the church you will be welcomed, invited to sanitise your hands and shown where to sit. You will need to give your name and contact telephone number and you need to keep you face mask in place through the whole service. This is an informal service of Holy Communion. The seating may be laid out differently to just rows, we may go outside for some of the service and the words of the service may be simpler or different to the usual ones. Come prepared to be challenged and uplifted!
In May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December. Every First Sunday at 4:30 p.m. for 35m