St Bartholomew's and St Chad's Services

PLEASE CHECK THE CALENDAR PAGES - occasionally we have special services which change the regular pattern

Sunday Services at St. Bartholomew's:-

8.00am and 11.15am

Sunday Services at St Chad's

9.30am (and 10.15am Holy Communion on a Wednesday)

(scroll down for more detailed information)

 

Sunday Services at St Bartholomew's in more detail:-

First Sunday of the Month

8.00am   BCP Holy Communion

11.15am Holy Communion

Second Sunday of the Month

8.00am   BCP Holy Communion

11.15am Morning Worship

 Third Sunday of the Month

8.00am   BCP Holy Communion

11.15am Holy Communion

Fourth Sunday of the Month

8.00am   BCP Holy Communion

11.15am Holy Communion

3.00pm    Baptism

Fifth Sunday of the Month

8.00am   BCP Holy Communion

11.15am Baptism or Holy Communion

 

  Sunday Services at St Chad's in detail

  First Sunday of the Month

9.30am Family Worship

Second Sunday of the Month

9.30am Holy Communion

Third Sunday of the Month

9.30am Morning Worship

Fourth Sunday of the Month

9.30am Family Holy Communion

Fifth Sunday of the Month

9.30am Baptism or Holy Communion

 

Details about styles of Worship at each service

 

8.00am BCP Holy Communion (at St. Bartholomew’s)

BCP (The Book of Common Prayer) is the 1662 traditional service book of the Church of England.

 

9.30am Family Worship at St Chad’s

This service is lively, contemporary, all-age, all-stage, and child-friendly. We try to incorporate modern songs, occasional drama, interactive prayers and accessible teaching. The average congregation is 60 adults and 40 children (which often includes Rainbows, Brownies and Guides on parade).

 

After worship all are welcome to stay for fellowship over coffee. This is a good opportunity to meet with friends, or make new ones.

 

9.30am Holy Communion and Morning Worship at St Chad’s

These services tend to follow a more traditional form of preaching service. We encourage the involvement of members of the congregation in doing the Bible readings and leading prayers.

 

Junior Church meets during these services. The children start with the adults in the service, and leave for their groups at the end of the first hymn. They aim to return to the church service in time for communion or the final hymn.

 

After worship all are welcome to stay for fellowship over tea/coffee. This is a good opportunity to meet with friends, or make new ones.

 

11.15am Holy Communion and Morning Worship at St Bartholomew’s

These services tend to follow a more traditional form of preaching service. We encourage the involvement of members of the congregation in doing the Bible readings and leading prayers.

 

We currently do not have the facilities to provide Junior Church or Refreshments at St Bartholomew’s.