Pattern of Services

St. Peters Worship:
A more traditional Anglican Worship with Holy Communion using the Book of Common Prayer, and traditional and modern liturgy.

Sunday Mornings - Holy Communion 9.00 a.m.
Week 1. All Age Worship & Parade Service
Week 2. Holy Communion in Traditional Language
Week 3. Holy Communion in Modern Language.
Week 4. Holy Communion - 1662 Book of Common Prayer
Week 5. Holy Communion in Traditional Language

All Saints Worship:
A more informal family worship service in a modern setting, with our Footsteps Sunday club for children and crèche facilities for toddlers.

10.45am Family Holy Communion with Footsteps

On the first Sunday of the month
6.30pm Service of Healing and Wholeness

Tuesday Messy Saints - arts and craft, food and play for all the family 4-5pm at All Saints’in term time

Wednesday Tiddlywinks-Praise and play for under-fives 10 - 11.30am at All Saints’ in term time.

Thursday Holy Communion 11.00 a.m. - and why not stay on for Soup and a Smile from 12-2pm?

Tiddlywinks at All Saints

A time for Praise and Play - Fun, Songs, Stories and Activities for Under-Fives and all the Family.
We start in the church itself, sitting in front of the altar on cushions around a rug. We ring the church bell to tell everyone we’re starting and light a candle to remember that Jesus is with us.
We sing a song, and then everyone calls for Monty the Monkey. He’s normally sleeping in his bag, and can be very hard to wake-up. But everyone loves to see him, and hear what he has been doing. We all listen to a story about God’s love for his people and his creation, and we sing little songs and pray together.

In the Church Hall we all get stuck into something to make and do, followed by drinks and biscuits and cakes. We end on the rug, remembering the stories and singing some songs together.

Every Wednesday, 10am, in Term time at All Saints' Church, Stewart Street

Messy Church at All Saints'

fun, food, crafts, stories and songs 
for all the family — with Monty the Monkey...
Every Tuesday in Term time
4pm—5pm at All Saints’ Church

Messy Saints is for All the Family - all ages having fun together.

We meet each Tuesday, starting at 4pm and finishing at 5pm. 

Beginning in the Church Hall with a drink and a biscuit - we have a chance to catch up with our friends. 

Each week there will be three main activities. These will include a craft, an activity involving food and some games or play.  

After this we will all go into Church for a short get-together involving a Bible story, singing and ending with a prayer.

St. Peter's Parade Services

On the second Sunday of every month is the Messy Praise Service from 4-5pm in the afternoon.

Its a time to get together and make a joyful noise - playing instruments, ringing bells and shaking tambourines, and singing songs.  Now you may not think that you're very musical - but we can all join in some Messy Praise.

All Saints Service of Healing and Wholeness

On the first Sunday of every month we hold our Healing Service at All Saints.

It's a quiet and reflective space, to allow you to take time out to be with God, to bring all your needs to him, and to receive his healing and wholeness.

During the service there is an opportunity for ministers to pray with you, with the laying on of hands.

Morning and Evening Prayer

Morning and Evening Prayer are an important part of the Christian Spiritual life. They date back to monastic times, and help to give a structure to the day - starting the day in praise and prayer to God, and ending the day with a reflection on the day's activities.

The Vicar says morning and evening prayer everyday except Friday and Sunday. The venue varies day by day, at All Saints Church and at St. Peter's Church. If you'd like to join the vicar for regular daily prayer please give him a call on 560310.

You can also join daily prayer online through the Church of England website below:
Morning Prayer
Evening Prayer