Our services are a joyful blend of timeless tradition and warm camaraderie. We invite you to join us in celebration, reflection, and shared growth.
Sundays at 10am
Our church family gathers to worship together. Children are invited to their own age appropriate worship during term time.
We follow the lectionary for Bible readings unless it is a particular series we are studying, and use Common Worship liturgy.
The music is both traditional and contemporary. Singing is led by our choir and band.
No service sheets will be provided. Everything you need will appear on the screens.
Don't want to leave home? This service is live-streamed via Zoom. To join online, just click the Zoom Link button which is in each week's Newsletter.
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday at 9am
Led by the clergy and staff team, the service will be held in the outdoor chapel (weather permitting) or inside church.
Anyone is welcome to join for this simple said service that follows the Church of England rhythm and calendar. In particular we read and reflect on the Bible readings for the day and offer prayers for the parish.
You can also follow the most recent online service of Daily Prayer from the Church of England by clicking here
Wednesdays at 9.30am
We hold a short-said service of Holy Communion. There is an opportunity for individuals to receive prayers for healing or laying on of hands.
As well as joining in person, this service is available online, in real time, streamed via Zoom. The Zoom-link to this is in the weekly Newsletter from Christ Church. Just click the blue 'Zoom link' button in the Newsletter to join the service.
2nd Sunday of the month at 4pm
The Source is more informal than our regular Sunday morning service, and enables young children and families to worship together. It is held on the 2nd Sunday of the month for approximately 50 mins.
Based on the principles of Messy Church there is craft, music, storytelling, and a blessing. Puppets are often used to try to involve our younger members in leading as well. It concludes with a sharing of a light tea. For children this is usually sandwiches, snacks, and fruit, and for the adults mugs of tea or coffee accompanied by homemade cake.
5th Sunday of the month at 5pm
For five Sundays in 2023 we offer the opportunity to worship at a different time, and in a different way to our regular parish communion.
On these occasions the church family gathers for fun, fellowship, and feasting from 5pm. It is a more relaxed and restorative offering for all ages. Sharing a simple meal as well as breaking bread both scripturally and sacramentally.
The 5 Sundays are: 29 January, 30 April, 30 July, 29 October and 31 December. On these dates there will be a short said service at 10am.