Go back to normal view

 

Worship within the Christian tradition

 

 

 

 

 

 

Worship lies at the heart of all that we do as Christians. From earliest times Christians have come together regularly in the name of Christ, to worship God.  As we gather, we bring to God our praise and thanksgiving; we listen to and reflect upon the words of the Scriptures; we pray for the needs of the world; and we seek the forgiveness of our sins; so that, strengthened by the Holy Spirit, we may give ourselves afresh to the service of God in our daily lives.  

There is a service every Sunday at 10am at St Andrew’s Church and on the third Sunday of the month we have an afternoon service at 4pm at Tadpole Farm CE Primary Academy.

We have a monthly menu of services, traditional and modern, at different times which is normally as follows (or consult the calendar) :

10am Every Sunday @ St Andrew’s

Children welcome at every service

1st Sunday - Children’s Service followed by refreshments

2nd Sunday - Morning Worship with Sunday School followed by refreshments

Other Sundays - Holy Communion with Sunday School except the 3rd Sunday

Traditional Evening Worship @ St Andrew’s 6.30 pm

1st and 3rd Sunday evenings

Generally       Holy Communion according to the Book of Common Prayer 1st Sunday

                      Evening Prayer according to the Book of Common Prayer     3rd Sunday

 

All Age Worship @ Tadpole Farm CE Primary Academy 4pm

3rd Sunday of each month

This menu offers a range of worship styles in order to meet both the spiritual needs of everyone who worships with us and the limited capacity of our 13th century church building!  Children are always welcome and there is specific provision at every service for them, except the two evening services at St Andrew’s church.