Sunday Services




Our Regular services:

We understand that different people find different styles of worship helpful. We therefore do what we can to provide different styles of service throughout the month.

Our pattern of worship varies on different Sundays in the month:

1st Sunday of the month

10.15am United Service in St Mary's Church
    Both our services join together for a service of Holy Communion for all age groups. 




2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th Sundays of the month

9.30am Parish Praise in our church hall (Rectory Close)
    Join us for our informal service with activities for children and creche.

Our service will contain a mixture of modern and classic songs and hymns led by our worship band and be focused on thinking in depth about a passage from the bible and how it applies to our life today.

We aim to be a place people of all ages are welcome, and do all we can to ensure children and adults are engaged in the service (if you have small children we understand they can sometimes be noisy... they are still very welcome!).

On the 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays children are welcome to be part of our Children's work groups 

On the 3rd Sunday of the month we all stay together for our popular All Age service.

Meeting in the Church Hall in Rectory Close means we have all the facilities of a modern building - flat access from our car park, toilets, a kitchen to name a few.



2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th Sundays of the month

11am Traditional Service in St Mary's Church

If you prefer a more traditional style of service our 11am service in the main church will be just right for you.

We sing classic hymns normally accompanied by the organ and have a sermon focused on understanding and applying a bible passage to our every day life.

2nd Sunday - Matins (Book of Common Prayer)
3rd Sunday - Holy Communion (Common Worship)
4th Sunday - Morning Worship (Common Worship)
5th Sunday - Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer) or Special Mission Focus











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