According to Romans 12:1-2 worship is about offering up the whole of our lives to God. The language here is about temple sacrifice but Paul locates our ‘true spiritual worship’, outside the temple in everyday life.

So what are we doing each Sunday when we assemble together? Why is it important? One writer has summed it up as ‘parable and encounter’ — re-telling the story and meeting God together... Why not come to one of our services and find out for yourself?
What a strange thing worship is when you think about it — people standing up and sitting down, throwing their arms around, saying things together, listening, singing, shaking hands, drinking wine, eating bread … (more)
Our worship reflects the "mixed economy" of our parish — the diversity of where we live and who we are. Read about our services below and come see if one fits with you...

9am Communion


The 9 O'Clockers gather every Sunday for a prayer-book communion service with a Gospel talk and hymn. The worship is characterised by a reflective spirituality which gives space to those who attend. At the same time there is a closeness about this congregation which extends into the week. Though many have been worshipping at this service for a considerable time, new worshippers are always warmly welcomed.