Church open for private prayer on Wednesdays and Sundays 10 – 11 am
(and, subject to the Bishops’ guidance, we plan to resume
10am Sunday services from 2nd August. We will update you nearer the time).
For everyone’s safety, there are a number of procedures to which we will have to adhere:
• The church has been set out to observe the 2 metre rule, with pews having being distanced to meet this requirement. There will be two welcomers on standby in the foyer to show you to a suitable seat where you can pray in safety. All carpets have been removed from the seating to ensure hygiene is not compromised, which means sitting on the wooden pew. If you think this might be uncomfortable, please feel free to bring your own cushion (and take it away as well).
• In the foyer there will be a supply of masks, disinfectant wipes, and antiseptic gel which we would ask you to use on entry and exit from the church. We will keep you informed of further updates to the situation as they arise.
If you have any queries, please contact Alan Buckley (our Local Missional Leader) on 0758 330 0856. Thank you.
(In normal circumstances, every Sunday and Wednesday there is the opportunity to join us as we meet together to worship God at the times shown below.)
Sunday 10:00 am Morning Worship or Holy Communion
(Holy Communion takes place usually on the first and third Sundays of each month, and Morning Worship on the second and fourth Sundays.)
In both of these services, there is a mixture of the formal and informal, using traditional and modern elements. We seek to make worship welcoming, meaningful and accessible to all who come.
All are warmly invited to stay after the 10:00am service for tea/coffee and a chat in the adjoining Church Hall.
(Typically, our Morning Worship service lasts for just under an hour, with Holy Communion lasting a little longer.)
If you have any queries about these or any other services, please contact our Local Missional Leader, Alan Buckley on 0758 330 0856
Wednesday 10:30 am Traditional Holy Communion
Using the order of service taken from the 1662 Book of Common Prayer, this is a quiet and reflective service with no hymns and a short sermon. The church is open before this service for quiet prayer and reflection (from 9:45 am)