Services

Sundays at St Michael’s

8.15am - Holy Communion
Traditional language service (which on the first Sunday of the month uses the Book of Common Prayer).

9.30am - Holy Communion or Morning Prayer
A contemporary language service in which our music consists of a mixture of newer worship songs and older hymns appropriate to the theme of the service.

6.30pm - Engage
Our informal joint evening service. A more relaxed time of worship and openness to God

Sundays at St Mark’s

11.00am - Holy Communion or Morning Prayer
A contemporary language service in which our music consists of a mixture of newer worship songs and older hymns appropriate to the theme of the service.

All Age Worship

We have a monthly service appropriate for all ages at both churches when the children and young people do not go out to their own activities. These services aim to be accessible for young and old alike and tend to be more interactive in style. We often have baptisms at these services.
This is usually on the first Sunday of every month, but can change according to the church year calendar – see the online calendar for more information.

Occasionally, at Christian festivals such as Christmas and Easter, we form a choir from members of the congregations to help lead our sung worship in the service.

Wednesdays at St Michael’s

All of these services take place at 10.30am in the Parish Centre, next to St Michael’s Church.

1st Wednesday of the month
Mothers’ Union Corporate Communion (contemporary language)

2nd Wednesday
Morning Prayer (traditional language service)

3rd and 4th Wednesdays
Holy Communion (contemporary language)

Communion

If you are baptized and confirmed, or are a committed member of another Trinitarian church you are welcome to share communion with us. We also encourage those who do not wish to receive the bread and wine, to come up to the communion rail for a prayer of blessing.

At present we do not enable children to receive communion before confirmation. If however, a child regularly receives bread and wine in another church, he or she is welcome to receive in our churches as a visitor.