We have a service every Wednesday morning at 10:00am (with the exception of the week after Easter and Christmas). The service alternates between Holy Communion and Morning Prayer, and details can be found in our calendar.
This service is open to all, and often includes a short sermon or discussion about the bible readings used that day. All are welcome to attend. The service is also a social time, where the congregation join together for coffee afterwards.
Holy communion usually takes place on the first and third Wednesdays of the month (unless there is a special day such as Ash Wednesday on the second or fourth Wednesday).
Christians partake of Holy Communion in remembrance of the body and blood of Jesus that was broken and poured at the cross. Receiving communion reminds us of Jesus’ suffering but also shows us the amount of love Jesus had for us.
On the first Sunday of the month, the service includes the laying on of hands and healing. Healing, reconciliation and restoration are integral to the good news of Jesus Christ. For this reason prayer for individuals, focused through laying on of hands or anointing with oil, has a proper place within the public prayer of the Church. God’s gracious activity of healing is to be seen both as part of the proclaiming of the good news and as an outworking of the presence of the Spirit in the life of the Church.
This is usually held on the second and fourth Wednesdays. This is a simple service of the Word with bible readings. We often use different forms of Morning Prayer including from Common Worship as well as from the Celtic traditions. It is often led by members of the congregation.