9.15am St Mary’s Church – Contemporary Worship
Our sung worship is offered by our worship band. The service is more informal than the 11am service, using fewer written prayers, and is followed by refreshments.
10.30am St Peter’s Church
Our music will be led by members of St Peter’s music group.
11am St Mary’s Church – Traditional Worship
Accompanied by the church organ and with sung worship led by the robed choir (term times), this service is more formal than the 9.15am service.
Sunday afternoon at St Mary’s Church
Choral Evensong is held on the first and third Sundays (term times).
10am St Mary’s Church
Our midweek service of Holy Communion takes place in the beautiful 14th Century chancel and is usually followed by refreshments.
Daily Prayer at 09:30am live-streamed from our parish on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Click HERE to watch.
Christians pray to God. That’s because Christianity isn’t a theory or a philosophy. It’s a relationship with God who is Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
Prayer can take many forms. All prayer is being aware of God. Silent prayer is powerful. Words help too. You can use your own words in a kind of honest conversation with God. In this Daily Prayer, we use structured prayers to help us.
To begin with, Daily Prayer can feel a bit ‘wordy’. But relax. Let the words wash over you like the lyrics of a song. If your mind wanders, don’t tell yourself off. Just come back to the awareness of God who is with you wherever you are.
We use the Morning Prayer of the Church of England. You can simply watch and pray with us. But if you want to participate more deeply, you can
- Open a new window or use a second screen to follow the text of the prayers and readings here. Follow the ‘Morning Prayer (Contemporary) link’.
- Download the Daily Prayer app, which is available for iOs or Android.
You may wish to use this companion, Reflections for Daily Prayer.