Our 10am Sunday service is a traditional sung Eucharist with choir. We are shaped by the ancient words of the church and the richness of sacred music through the centuries as we celebrate what Jesus has done for us through bread and wine. We also listen to some passages from the Bible and hear a sermon which makes the meaning clear.
During the service a Sunday School for children runs in the church hall opposite the church building to which all children are welcome.
Five times a year the uniformed groups (e.g. Scouts) join us for festivals of the church year in parade services.
As we move to the end of 2018 we are considering what it means to remember. This is especially the case given that we are making 100 years since Armistice Day; there are other important things that we will be remembering:
In addition on 18 November at 4pm we are holding a reflective service to remember those who have died.