Sent to set hearts on fire to live and love as Christ did. Since 1831.
Spanning generations, from many nations. Since 1831.
Loving our community. Since 1831.
This is one of the major festivals in the Christian year, celebrating forty days after Easter, when Jesus was taken up, body and soul, into Heaven, and it also starts the ten-day period of prayer for the coming of the God’s holy spirit, which culminates on the Day of Pentecost (the Feast of the Holy Spirit).
A quiet Communion service with sermon in the Lady Chapel.
First Sunday of the month: In traditional language (Book of Common Prayer)
Our main worship service, with Junior Church, followed by tea, coffee and fellowship.
Second Sunday of the month: All-age Family Service with Communion
Last Sunday of the month: Parish Eucharist with Ministry of Healing
Modern songs, deeper sharing of Bible insights, testimony, open prayer—a different type of service. Come when you can, come as you are.
As part of our worship, we have been looking at a number of pieces of popular music, and discussing what they mean to us as Christians. These have included
Commemorating the lives of the saints of the church, held in the Lady Chapel.
First Wednesday of the month: Service followed by fellowship over cake, tea and coffee
For special services and on Holy Days, please see our Calendar.