Sunday Worship

Find details of our current teaching programme here

You are very welcome to join us in person for any of our services. 

The 09.00 is in our historic Church building, and the 10.30 and 18.30 are in St Michael’s Centre.

For those who can’t come in person, please head to our youtube channel

On the first Sunday of the month we also have a service of Evensong at 5pm in Church.

Streamed services from previous weeks

Head to this youtube playlist to see our previous live streamed worship.

You can also view the sermons here.

Morning Prayer

We live stream a short Morning Prayer service each Wednesday & Friday at 9.30 am.
We stream on Youtube, so please subscribe to our channel or click here to watch on this site.

Saturday Breakfast

Saturday Breakfast

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Why not come along, eat breakfast with others in a relaxed and friendly setting, and listen to an interesting and inspiring talk?

We will gather in the auditorium to eat together, followed by a talk.

Each month we have a different speaker on a range of topics.  

Our guest speaker is Chris Lowther from Open Doors.

For nearly 70 years Open Doors has been serving persecuted Christians around the world and its work and our support is needed more than ever.   

Chris is passionate in his commitment to stand with, and raise awareness of the needs and challenges faced by believers who seek to follow Jesus in those countries where just to be a Christian can result in serious opposition.

Prepare to be challenged, but also encouraged, by stories from the Suffering Church.

Please sign-up in advance if you can, so that we can order and make enough food.
If you can no longer make it, please let us know
Suggested donation £5 per adult (£1 per child).  You can donate by card when you sign-up, or on the day via cash or card

Mindfulness & Christian Spirituality

Day Course Saturday 4 November

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Another popular day course on Mindfulness and Christian Spirituality with Revd Tim Stead

 We are delighted to welcome Tim back for another Saturday workshop.

These workshops are a great opportunity to stop, reflect, learn, and develop tools that help us ‘practise the present moment’ and ‘practise the presence of God’.

We need these skills more and more in our hyper-distracted,  24/7 digital age!

Whether you are seasoned in mindfulness or want to find out more – there will be something for you in this workshop, 

Intentions for the day:

– Explore how mindfulness practice can engage with and support the spiritual journey with particular reference to the Christian contemplative tradition
– Serve as a quiet day where participants go away feeling they have had space for deep reflection.
– Share ways that mindfulness could be taken forward for those who choose to.

There will be regular breaks throughout the day. Tea and coffee will be provided. Please bring a packed lunch with you.

Course leader
Tim Stead is an accredited mindfulness teacher who trained with the Oxford Mindfulness Centre. He was a Church of England vicar for 23 years and now operates as a freelance mindfulness teacher, teaching eight week courses and leading retreats and quiet days. His books, Mindfulness and Christian Spirituality and See, Love, Be – mindfulness and the spiritual life are published by SPCK. He has also published a Grove Booklet: Mindfulness and prayer.

What people have said about these workshops:

“I now I have the practical tools to spend time with God in silence on my own – these tools and practices have actually changed my prayer life!”

“It’s so good to explore the links between current learning in mindfulness practice and Christian Spirituality – I didn’t realise there were so many’. 

“These workshops have taught me to appreciate the present moment more and more and notice God working in my life in the small things and the big.’

“I could listen to Tim for ages – he’s such a good communicator”.

Spaces are limited. Book early to avoid disappointment

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