WORSHIP

Current In-Church Service Times:

At St Mary’s:
Sundays: 9am Traditional Eucharist; 11am Contemporary Worship; 5.00 pm Choral Evensong
Tuesdays: 10.30am Celtic Morning Prayer
Wednesdays: 10.15am Holy Communion

At St Leonard’s:
Sundays: 10am Holy Communion

We are taking every precaution to ensure the safety of everyone during worship and encourage you to be vigilant about the rules in place at this time.

You will also be able to find online resources here on our website for at-home worship each week during this period of lockdown.


Normal Service Pattern:

8.00 am – Sunday
Said Holy Communion

This is a quiet and reflective service of Holy Communion. It’s like the 9:30 service, but without any singing.
St Mary Magdalene

9.30 am – Sunday
Holy Communion (with music)

A formal service of Holy Communion, with a choir and hymns and an organ. The people leading the service wear robes, and we follow a liturgy found in the service books. There is some children’s work during the sermon most Sundays, and you can stay afterwards for tea and coffee.
St Mary Magdalene

10.00 am – Sunday
Holy Communion

An informal service of Holy Communion. There may be some children’s work during the service, and you can stay afterwards for tea and coffee.
St Leonard

11.00 am – Sunday
Contemporary Worship

This is an exciting venture at St Mary’s – very different to our other services. It’s interactive, contemporary, and we’ve planned it all the
way through to include and involve children. All are welcome; if you’re looking for an activity to do with your children then this is
particularly for you!
St Mary Magdalene

5.00 pm – Sunday
Choral Evensong

This is our most traditional service. Like the 8:00am service it’s quiet and reflective, but you’ll hear the choir singing a good deal of this service. There is a written liturgy, composed in the 1600’s.
St Mary Magdalene

9.00 am – Monday to Friday
Morning Prayer

We start each weekday with a time of prayer, following the Church of England’s pattern of daily prayer.
St Mary Magdalene

10.00am – Tuesday
Celtic Prayer

A time of reflective prayer, using the celtic daily prayer liturgy. We also pray during this time for all of the prayer requests put up on the prayer board in church. 
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10.15 am – Wednesday
Said Holy Communion

Very similar to the Sunday 8:00am service, although with different bible readings. On the first Wednesday of the month we pray for healing for people, and anoint them with oil. Please stay for tea and coffee afterwards.
St Mary Magdalene

6.05 pm – Wednesday
Choral Evening Prayer

Choral Evening Prayer uses modern language, with traditional hymns and choral music. This 25 minute service takes place during term time and is sung by the children in the choir.
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