The worship of Almighty God is at the heart of our common life and we welcome people of all ages to worship God together.
At 8.15 am the service is a simple celebration of Holy Communion according to the Book of Common Prayer, with its beautiful and resonant language.
At 9.45 am the Family Eucharist welcomes all ages to worship and includes children throughout. There are hymns, with modern and traditional music, led by our Family Eucharist Choir. The service lasts around an hour and about once a month includes a baptism too.
At 11.15 am the Sung Eucharist is celebrated with a choral setting and motet sung by our outstanding professional choir. The service includes a short sermon and lasts about an hour and a quarter. A Parish Eucharist at 10.30 am replaces the Family Eucharist and Sung Eucharist on a few Sundays each year, and these special services are publicised well in advance.
Anyone is welcome to join the clergy for Morning Prayer at 8 am (except on Wednesdays). The midweek Eucharists at 8 am on Wednesdays, and at 12.30 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays, offer an opportunity for quiet and reﬂective worship in the middle or at the start of a busy day.
The services last half an hour and everyone is welcome. Before Coronavirus parents of children in the school and prospective parents could also join us for the Eucharist at St Peter’s Primary School at 9.10 am on Fridays.