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Sunday Services

St Nicholas’ Church

8 a.m. Holy Communion (said)
(Common Worship – Traditional Language)
9.30 a.m. Sung Eucharist

(with Sunday Club & Crèche during school terms)
11.30 a.m. Morning Praise

(with Toddler Corner, and Sunday Clubs during school terms)
Holy Communion last Sunday of month
3 p.m. Holy Baptism
(as arranged for 2nd Sunday of month)
4 p.m. Holy Baptism
(as arranged for 2nd Sunday of month)
4.30 p.m. Simply Worship
On 1st Sunday in each month (not August) –  Holy Communion on alternate months
6.30 p.m. Sung Evensong

St Mary’s Church

A service at 9.30 am every Sunday.

  • The services will follow the pattern set out below:

1st Sunday of the month

–   9.30 am Service of the Word

–      Said Eucharist (11.00 am)

All other Sundays – 9.30 am Sung Eucharist

Children’s Explorer Groups will run every Sunday (except for special festivals and in school holidays when our worship will include the children). These groups will almost always be held in the scout hall, and will start at 9.30 am. The children will come to join us in church for the communion, when it is a Eucharist.

We will use both hymn books, though only one each Sunday.

The monthly Simply Worship service will continue to be on the 3rd Sunday of each month at 4.30 pm.

All Saints’ Church

9.30 a.m. Communion Service
11.00 a.m. Worship Service
1st Sunday in month 11.00am Worship Service with Holy Communion 
2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Sundays in month 11.00am Worship Service with Sunday Clubs
6.30 p.m. Evening Service at All Saints third Sunday in the month.
Sunday Summer Holidays The usual pattern of a 9.30am Communion and 11.00am Worship Service continue through out the Summer.
Joint Festival Sunday Service at either 9.30am or 11.00am. Takes place at Harvest, All Saints Day, Christmas Day, Mothering Sunday, Palm Sunday, Easter Day, Annual Church Meeting Sunday, and Pentecost.

General Service Notes

All services are ‘Common Worship’ modern language except where indicated otherwise.

BCP = Book of Common Prayer Traditional Language.

Occasionally the pattern of services is altered.