Worship & Music

Worship is the primary function of St Augustine’s.praise-image

Here, we offer different but relevant worship styles. By offering a variety of worship, we hope that you will find something that suits you.

We try to make it accessible to everyone – we have a hearing aid loop and sound system so that everyone can hear what’s going on, and large print orders of service for those who have difficulty reading small-print.  Some services use the screen, and are more informal.

Find out more about regular services at St Augustines:

Sunday Services

Weekday Services

Junior Church

Junior Church meets on Sunday’s at 11am and is for children of all ages.  On the first Sunday, Junior Church usually takes and active part in All Age Worship.  Find out more by clicking here.

fellowship@9

Our breakfast and discussion group meets on the fourth Sunday of each month at 9am.  All are welcome. Find out more by clicking here.

More than 100-years of Music Makingmusic-notes-background-bickstock-photo3

For over 100 years, since the building of the church and before, music has played an important part in our worship.

The Organs

There are two organs in the church – a disused pipe organ and a digital organ.  Find more about the organs by clicking here.

The Choir

In the early days, the choir consisted of only men and boys, often numbering nearly 50, carrying on a centuries old Anglican choral tradition.  Find out more about the choir by clicking here.

The Organists

The organists here have also held their positions for lengthy periods, and there have been only five officially appointed since 1908! The organist (Director of Music, Organist and Choirmaster) is responsible for the organ, music for services and training the choir.  Find out more about the organists by clicking here.

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