Worship Services

Holy Communion in Church on Sundays

Since 19 September last year, we have reverted to our usual time of 10 am, and we are holding a full sung service, and streaming it live on the Internet (details available by email). There are hymns and other service music, and refreshments afterwards.
As well as streaming on Zoom, we are experimenting with streaming on YouTube. All services which have been streamed on YouTube, as well as all our pre-recorded on-line Sunday services from 22 March 2020 to 12 September 2021, are available on YouTube here.


We will be re-starting our services of Evensong on Sundays at 6 pm from Sunday 29 May. The service will be sung, with readings, a sermon and prayers. All are welcome.

Online worship

We have weekday Zoom services at 7.30 pm on Tuesdays (Compline/Night Prayer, preceded by a time for chat) and 10.30 am on Wednesdays (Holy Communion), and a monthly prayer service at 7.30 pm.
If you are interested in joining us via Zoom for any of these services, please email us.

General Information

Getting Around the Church Building

There is a permanent ramp up to the main church entrance in Station Road, which is suitable for wheelchair users. There are two steps (measuring 6in/15cm each) with handrails each side up to the vestry area, where our lavatory is situated.

We have a sound loop around the worship area of the church, including St Michael’s Chapel.

Our Holy Communion services are generally Common Worship Order 1.

Do-it-Yourself worship!

Most clergy and religious communities, and some lay people too, find it is useful to say the “daily offices”, Morning and Evening Prayer, every day. These are simple services with readings that change every day. On the Oremus site (use the “View” tab) there are the complete services of Morning and Evening Prayer, with the readings for the current day (or you can choose another day), with other offices including Night Prayer (sometimes known as Compline), the Holy Communion readings and information about any saint whose day it is. (Oremus is Latin for “let us pray”.)

Read more about Holy Communion.
Read more about Morning and Evening Prayer.