9:30am, every Sunday: A traditional celebration of the Eucharist, with hymns and sermon. The Eucharist (also called ‘Holy Communion’, ‘The Lord’s Supper’ or ‘The Mass’) is the principal act of Christian worship.
At the Eucharist we obey the command given to his disciples by Jesus at the Last Supper when he took bread and wine, thanked God, and gave it to his disciples saying ‘This is my body… This is my blood’, telling them to ‘Do this in remembrance of me’.

In the Eucharist we proclaim the Lord’s saving death and resurrection, we are assured of his living presence among us, and look forward to the coming of the kingdom and the heavenly banquet, of which the Eucharist is the foretaste.

The 9.30 am Eucharist is a traditional – though modern language – celebration lasting one hour, with hymns and sermon, following Order One of the Church of England’s service book Common Worship.

It is dignified but simple, and many people appreciate the opportunity it affords for quietness and reflection, as well as the friendliness of the welcome.