Sunday Services

We are currently worshipping in church and online according to the temporary service pattern below during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but a new service pattern will start in September which is shown underneath.

Service Pattern until end August 2021

Every Sunday    10am Online service via YouTube.
                               
First  Sunday      10am     St Peter's Morning Worship (Common worship)                                             
Second Sunday  9.30am All Souls' Morning Prayer (BCP)
                                   11am     St Mark's Morning Worship (Common worship)
                                   6.30pm St Peter's Evening Prayer (BCP)
Third Sunday      10am     St Peter's Holy Communion (Common worship)     
Fourth Sunday  9.30am All Souls' Holy Communion (Common worship) 
                                  10.00am St Peter's 'Energise' - a service just for families with children
                                   11am     St Mark's Holy Communion (Common worship) 
                                   6.30pm St Peter's Evening Prayer (BCP)      

From September 2021 - Service Times - check our calendar for any specific week or see latest events for major festivals.





Week of
each month
Worship SP
St Peter’s
Worship SM
St Mark’s
Worship AS
All Souls’
1st Sunday 10am     Holy Communion
 
11am  Morning Worship 9.30am  Morning Worship
2nd Sunday  10am     Morning Worship
6.30pm Evening Prayer BCP
11am  Holy Communion
 
9.30am  Holy Communion
3rd Sunday  10am     Morning Worship
 
11am  Morning Worship 9.30am  Morning Worship BCP
4th Sunday  10am     Energise & Energise +
6.30pm Holy Communion BCP
11am  Morning Worship 9.30am  Morning Worship
5th Sunday   Parish United Service - see calendar for time and location
6.30pm Evening Prayer BCP

Our morning services use Common Worship liturgy unless specified
Our evening services use the Book of Common Prayer.
Energise is a lively service especially for families with young children, though all are welcome
Energise + is a reflective service in the Church Centre