Services

We hold a variety of regular services of worship at St. Philip and St. James church. We have traditional and informal styles, noisy and reflective. At all of them you will find a warm welcome and an opportunity to reconnect with God. Check our church diary to see what’s going on this month.

Sunday
8.00am Holy Communion       1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays of each month

This is a quiet service of Holy Communion with a sermon, but no hymns.  We use Common Worship in traditional language.

9.30am Main Worship Service

This is our main Sunday meeting, usually lasting just over an hour, with sermon and music and followed by refreshments. On the first Sunday of every month, the whole church family is together; on other Sundays in term time the children have the opportunity to join the Sunday School, which meets at the village hall. They walk to church together.

1st Sunday                           All Age Worship

2nd and 4th Sundays         Holy Communion

3rd Sunday                          Morning Worship

6.30pm Evening Worship

This is a quieter and often more traditional service than the 9.30am.

1st Sunday                           Holy Communion

2nd and 4th Sundays        Evening Prayer

3rd Sunday                          Reflective service, often in the style of the Taize community.

 

Midweek

We have a number of opportunities to gather during the week for fellowship, worship and prayer.

Wednesday 9.30am        Holy Communion with discussion and prayer

Thursday     8.00am        Prayer for the needs of our village community

Various afternoons and evenings 

Groups meet for discussion, bible support, support and prayer

 

For further information please contact Rev Louise Corke.

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