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Wednesday – 10am
Sunday – 7:30am & 9:30am
Combined Services – occasionally we combined our two Sunday services and hold only one Sunday service. NO COMBINED SERVICES PLANNED FOR THE REMAINDER OF 2021.
Sunday 7.30am – Our 7:30am service has a more traditional feel to it. In the Anglican tradition we would call it a “Sung Eucharist”. That’s a fancy way of saying that if you enjoy singing hymns with the organ, using familiar words from the Prayer Book and taking Holy Communion, this service will suit you.
Sunday 9.30am – Our 9.30am service also has a traditional feel to it, but it is a said service, often using more contemporary prayers singing hymns with the piano, using familiar words from the Prayer Book and taking Holy Communion.
Wednesday 10am – Every Wednesday morning a faithful group comes together for a tradition service. The services follows the familiar words from the Prayer Book, shares in Holy Communion and has no hymns.
Communion – As part of our services each Wednesday and Sunday we share in Holy Communion, also called the Eucharist. All baptised and communicant members of other Christian Churches professing the Apostolic (or historic Christian) faith are invited to receive Holy Communion. If you require a gluten-free wafer at communion please simply ask the priest when at the altar rail. If you wish to receive a blessing rather than communion, please ask the priest at the altar rail. Worshippers who have recently had a cold or virus are requested to receive Holy Communion in one kind; that is to receive the bread and not the wine.
Standing during worship – During our worship services we invite people to stand when we sing hymns, listen to the Gospel, affirmation of the faith and some prayers. If you join us feel free to sit during this times if it is more conformable for you to do so.
Silence during worship – During our worship we value quiet and stillness. For the five minutes prior to worship and during and after communion you are asked to use this time for quiet prayer and reflection.