We have a great and flourishing range of worship spanning over 400 years of liturgy and experience within the Church of England. We have the enormous privilege of our cherished parish church building with medieval and Victorian features plus aisles, decorations and now facilities, from the 12th century to the present day which provides the inspiring context for all of our services of worship.
8 am Holy Communion
10 am Holy Communion (on 1st, 3rd, 4th, & 5th Sundays) and All Age service ( 2nd Sunday)
6.30 pm Evensong and modern services.
Evensong is on 1st & 3rd Sundays.
Othe 2nd n Sunday there is a Holy Communion with Healing prayers.
Contemporary forms of worship are explored on the 4th Sunday evening of each month from the Charismatic, Celtic and Taize traditions and for young families,
Service of prayer on 5th Sunday
The main 10am service is a contemporary form of worship. We love to have our children in briefly at the very beginning of the 10am service, they then leave for their own groups where they have fun and teaching until the end of the service at which point they return to us and show us what they have been learning about. Our children are so important and are the future of our church and great thought is put into their inclusion and teaching.
All Age Worship takes place on the 2nd Sunday of each month at 10am. This is a less formal service for all ages, our children remain in Church and contribute to the service.
There is a mid-week service of Holy Communion on Wednesdays at 9.30 am.
Songs of Praise – on the first Tuesday of each month at 11:30 am in church.
During school term times the congregation also includes one or two years classes from the village
school years 4-6.
The service is always followed by a very popular lunch in the Reading Room. The service is in a very relaxed and informal and the children add to the enjoyment with their songs and readings. All are welcome.