Our Service Times

Please check the events list on the home page for the most up to date service list.

First Sunday 8.30 am, Holy Communion, BCP

11.00 am Celtic Worship
Refreshments from 10.30 am

Second Sunday 8.30 am, Holy Communion, BCP

Continental Breakfast from 9.15 am

9.45 am Family Church – Cafe Style

Third Sunday 8.30 am, Holy Communion, BCP
Fourth Sunday 11.00 am Parish Eucharist and Sunday Club for 5 to 11 year olds.
Refreshments from 10.30 am
Fifth Sunday Benefice Eucharist at one of the Parish churches

Service Guide

8.30 am Holy Communion BCP

This is a simple quiet service including the taking of communion and following the liturgy in the Book of Common Prayer. It lasts for about forty five minutes. From October 2018 attendees will be invited to eat a continental breakfast where they will be joined by our Family Church congregation.

9.15 am Continental Breakfast, followed by Family Church at 9.45am

This new service, from October 2018, will replace the Family Service on the third Sunday afternoon. It will be a cafe style service where all the family can participate.

10.30 am Refreshments, followed by Parish Eucharist at 11.00am

This service includes hymns, bible readings, the gospel, a sermon and the taking of communion. It is most suitable for older children and adults. The service lasts for about an hour and is preceded by coffee and biscuits at 10.30am. Older children are encouraged to actively participate in the service.

Sunday club takes place during this service. The younger children leave the service after the welcome and return for to receive a blessing during communion.

10.30 am Refreshments, followed by Celtic Worship at 11.00am

“All that I am, Lord, I place in your hands”
Celtic Morning Prayer at All Saints’ Church, lead by one of our readers, is a contemplative, peaceful and informal Service. After enjoying freshly brewed coffee and biscuits at 10.30am, we begin our Worship at 11.00am.

We use an Order of Service introduced to All Saints’ by Lois Plows, and created by the Iona community. Celtic Morning Prayer reflects the simplified, pared back worship of the Early Christians in Britain.

Celtic thought sees life as a journey, and believes that certain places are significant, where God seems closer to us, places that encourage prayer. For this reason, Celtic Morning Prayer takes place in the Chancel of All Saints’ Church. The service inspires a sense of inclusiveness and community, both important tenets of the Early Christians.

Celtic Morning Worship offers a short Reflection, rather than a traditional Sermon, followed by a chance to sit quietly for a few moments to think and pray.