We are an open fellowship, seeking God in this community. Visitors can be assured of a warm welcome at each of our churches. If you are a confirmed member of the Church of England or are in good standing with another Christian church, we invite you to receive Communion.
For a full list of services, please see the calendar on the right..
If you know of anyone who is confined to their home and would like Communion brought to them, please let us know using the request form.
This 8 o’clock service at St Michael’s is a Holy Communion using the traditional language from the Book of Common Prayer (BCP). There are no hymns, so this service is a little shorter than the 10 o’clock equivalents.
10am / 10.30am Sundays
This is the main service at all three of our churches on Sundays (St Nicolas’ is 10.30am, the others are 10am). This service is normally a Eucharist using contemporary, easy to understand language. The style and musical content of the services differ in each church, but the liturgy is essentially the same. Please visit the church pages to find out more about the style of worship.
On the 4th Sunday of each month there is a different type of service at All Saints’. Morning Praise is a shorter service, with the usual hymns, readings and sermon, but no communion.
On the 2nd & 4th Sundays of the month, there is normally a service of choral evensong at St Michael’s. This uses the Book of Common Prayer. The service is led by the excellent choir at St Michael’s – see the music section for more information.
Every Thursday there is a Eucharist at 9.30am in the Lady Chapel at St Michael’s. This is a simple service with no hymns or sermon, followed by tea and coffee, and the Thursday morning Study Group.
On the last Friday of each month (except August and December) there is a Taizé service, using the simple but very beautiful meditative music from the Taizé community.