Sunday Services

All Saints’

All saints’ has a weekly sung Holy Communion service at 9.30 am on Sunday mornings lasting about an hour. From March to November there is a Family Service at 10.00 am which is a non Communion service, it is a simple service with a talk aimed at families, although everyone is welcome with or without children. 

Occasionally the St Mary’s choir sing Evensong at All Saints’. Check out our What’s On page on this website for dates. 

St Mary’s 

St Mary’s has a weekly sung Holy Communion service on Sunday mornings at 11.00 am lasting about an hour. The choir generally lead the singing at this service and the bells are rung before the service. 

On the first Sunday of the month there is a Worship for All service at 11.00 am where everyone is very welcome. There is no Communion at this service and it is a good one to come to if you are new to church.

There is a talk which the children often help with. A child may do one of the Bible readings and craft bags, linked to the service theme, available for children to take home. (Please let us know if your child would like one.) It may sound very child centred, which it is but we have a growing congregation at this service who don’t want Communion and enjoy lively hymns and songs. They are more than welcome without children. 

On the first Sunday of the month we also have a said Book of Common Prayer service at 8.00 am for those who would like Communion. 

Occasional Services

Both churches celebrate the main Christian festivals such as Easter, Harvest and Christmas.

Both churches have In Loving Memory services in the autumn where people can remember those they have loved who have died.

The main Royal British Legion Remembrance Day service is held at St Mary’s in November. 

The Beavers, Cubs and Scouts hold a St George’s Day service at St Mary’s and the Rainbows, Brownies and Guides have a Thinking Day Service in February.