As a thriving Anglican Parish Church, regular worship on Sundays, during the week and at major festivals is central to everything we do. We uphold an inclusive, Catholic tradition and welcome all in Christ’s name, whatever their belief, particularly those new to, or visiting, the Parish.
|8:00 am||Holy Communion||Said Service|
|9.30 am||Parish Communion||MAIN SERVICE with Choir and activities for children aged 0-16|
|11.30am||Holy Communion||Said, quiet service.
1st Sunday – Book of Common Prayer
|6:00 pm||Evening Service||2nd Sunday – Taize service. A simple 30-40 minute service based on worship used at the community in Taize. A psalm, a reading and the distinctive Taize chants surround a 10-15 minute period of silence enriched by candlelit icons.
3rd Sunday – Choral Evensong is a reflective BCP service lasting about 50 minutes. The hymns and canticles follow the prayer book pattern and monthly worship is led by our robed choir.
|Monday||8:45 am||Morning Prayer – St George’s|
|Tuesday||8:45 am||Morning Prayer – St Hilda’s|
|9:30 am||Holy Communion – St Hilda’s|
|Wednesday||8:45 am||Morning Prayer – St George’s|
|Thursday||8:45 am||Morning Prayer – St George’s|
|9:30 am||Holy Communion – St George’s|
|Friday||8:00 am||Holy Communion – St George’s|
|8:45 am||Morning Prayer – St George’s|
We mark the seasons and festivals of the church year, enjoying the use of different liturgical colours, music
and types of service to mark each appropriately.
We pay particular attention to the movement from Advent to Epiphany and then to Candlemas and from Lent
to Easter and up to Pentecost.
At our weekday services we will often celebrate lesser festivals and saints days.
Come and celebrate the start of the church year and with us anticipate the birth of the Christ child. Click here
Come and join us for the Christmas celebrations. Click here
Come and celebrate the feast of Candlemas (when we turn away from the baby in the manger and begin our journey towards the cross) Candles to celebrate God’s love and light for the world…
Ash Wednesday and Lent
7.30pm – Service of Holy Communion with imposition of ashes to begin the 40 days of Lent. During Lent 2018 we are delighted to welcome invited speakers at our 9:30 am St George’s service from around the region describing their work under the title of ‘Bringing Hope’
We will be running additional services during Holy Week 2019. See the Calendar link for full details.