Worship and Teaching

Services on Sundays

8 a.m. Holy Communion is a said service in traditional language using Common Worship.  The service lasts about 45 minutes.

10 a.m. Family Eucharist on the 1st Sunday of the month is a shortened form using Common Worship in contemporary language with children’s craft activities during Communion. It lasts about an hour. Refreshments are served after the service.

10 a.m. Parish Eucharist is on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Sundays. This service uses Common Worship in contemporary language, with music from the organ and singing led by the choir.  The service lasts about an hour and a quarter and refreshments are served after the service.

11.30 a.m. Third Sunday Special is a relaxed and informal ‘messy church’ type of service for families with young children. 

5 p.m. (summer) or 3.30 p.m. (winter) Service of Prayer for Healing and Wholeness is on the 2nd Sunday of the month.

6 p.m. Evening Prayer is on the 4th Sunday of the month.  This is a short said service using the Book of Common Prayer.

6 p.m. Choral Evensong is held on the 4th Sunday of June and September. This is a traditional service with organ and Choir.


Mid-week Services

9 a.m. Morning Prayer is every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.  This is a short said service using The Daily Office SSF.

8 p.m. The Eucharist is every Wednesday evening, and is a said service using Common Worship in contemporary language.

10.30 a.m. The Eucharist is every 4th Thursday using Common Worship in contemporary language.

We also take midweek services in two residential homes, Chiltern Court at World’s End and Hampden Hall residential home.


Learning for Life

If you want to learn more about Christian discipleship and explore spiritual matters more deeply we offer a variety of opportunities.  There are Bible study and discussion groups, some of which meet in people’s homes, a monthly service for healing and wholeness, and groups for young people of different ages. Find out more in these pages and for the latest information please look out for news in ‘What’s on’.