Sunday Services

At 10.30am, a service of Holy Communion or Morning Prayer is held, along with other Special Services which will be advertised in our church magazine and on our church website.

A review of the 8.30am Sunday service and the 6.30pm Sunday service will be held in August.

Wednesday Service

Each week at 10.30am a service of Holy Communion is held. Other Special Services may be held and details of these will be advertised in our church magazine and on our church website.

Monthly On-Line Services

For people who are unable to come to church,and for those who are connecting with us from other places around the country, up to the end of this year, we will be experimenting with the screening of two church services each month.

First week of the month - a Service of Holy Communion.

Third week of the month -  a Service of Evening Prayer.

These Services will be recorded across our three Churches and will begin in the month of July.and can be accessed by clicking on 'Video' on the Home Page menu bar.

It will be lovely to see people joining our weeklychurch services and our on line services and we look forward to welcoming you.


There are a few rules and regulations, however, that must be adhered to when entering church.

  • The number of people allowed in church at any one time is restricted to 60.
  • Please use the antibacterial hand gel when entering church.
  • Please wear a face mask unless there is a medical reason for not doing so.
  • Please adhere to the social distancing rule of 2 metres.
  • Please follow the one way system in the church building.

Our services have taken on an unfamiliar pattern initially, although rules and regulations may change.

  • At Holy Communion Services, communion wine will not be offered and we will not shake hands as we share the peace.
  • Following all services, we will not shake hands.

We hope and pray for a return to services of hymns and social interaction in the not too distant future.

It is a joy that our lovely church can once again be the hub of spiritual and social life we have missed so much.

Reverend Rebecca