The Parish has regular worship services across our five churches. 

Each church has a different way of running each service, allowing a variety of worship styles. 

Below is an idea of what you can expect at each of the services, but please view the Calendar heading (or click here http://kidderminstereast.org.uk/category/calendar/) which will show any variation(s) to the normal pattern of worship.

The different types of services revolve around: 

  • Holy Communion, which is a more traditional style of worship, where bread and wine are blessed and shared; 
  • Worship for All, which is for anyone whatever their age or background, and where children are encouraged to actively get involved; 
  • Morning Worship, which is a coming together of all ages to worship together not involving the Communion or age oriented; 
  • Evensong, which is often a service revolving around evening prayers and psalms, normally with a robed choir.  

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

Who are services aimed at? 

  • All are welcome to attend any service – young, old or new 

What should I wear?

  • There is no dress code at any of the churches

What is the structure of a service? 

  • Services often include: a short sermon, singing, and prayers

Are refreshments available? 

  • Tea and coffee are provided either before or after most services  

The services which occur within the parish, include: 

SUNDAYS:

  • St Cassian’s  
    • 9.30am (every week)
  • St Cecilia’s 
    • 11 am (every week)
  • St Chad’s 
    • 9.30am (every week)
  • St George’s 
    • 8am (2nd and 4th Sundays in the month)
    • 11am (every week)
    • 6.30pm (every week)
  • St Mary’s, Stone 
    • 8am (1st and 3rd Sundays in the month)
    • 11am (every week)

MID-WEEK:

  • St Cassian’s Wednesday, 10:00 (1st Wednesday of the month)
  • St George’s Wednesday 10:15 (every week)
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