Church Services 2021

The Parish has regular weekly services of worship 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 which will show any variation(s) to the normal pattern of worship.

Weekly service at St Cassian's

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.  

Moreover, for more information explore our Aims and Beliefs

Holy Communion

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  
Weekly service at St Chad's

All churches in the parish are now open each Sunday in line with the relaxation of the national Covid-19 regulations.  Please see the Pastoral Letter to KEP re lifting lockdown August 2021 sent by David and Robert on 30th July. This explains the current arrangements for services in church. 

The services which occur within the parish, include: 

SUNDAYS:

Weekly service at St Mary's

MID-WEEK:

Weekly service at St George's

Also, see our Online Services, Sunday School and Messy Church pages for information about opportunities for children and young people. 

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