If you would like to know more about what happens
in a service of holy communion, you can find out more here. You don't have to worry about what
to wear, where to sit, whether you sit or stand at the
right places. The only thing that matters is that you
are curious to know more about God and explore what
it means to have faith - that you open your heart and
mind to the words and to the presence of the Spirit as
we remember Jesus's teaching and his words as he
shared bread and wine with his friends:
'do this in memory of me'
Every Sunday at 10.0
we celebrate our
On the last Sunday of each month, the Westward Communion
is a more informal service.
All are welcome to any service.
Every Sunday at 6.30 p.m.
a short and peaceful service of
Evening Prayer is said in church.
Our church is also open every day between 10.30 and about 5.30 (often later in summer). Please do go in if you would like a few moments of quiet reflection or prayer. There are books and leaflets there which you might find helpful.
We have toilets next to the church open around the Sunday morning service, and a Church Room,
which can be used for small meetings etc. (contact firstname.lastname@example.org.)
If a ramp is needed for disabled access to the church on a Sunday, please contact us beforehand.
Inside the church is a corner for young children, with books, colouring and things to do.
The churchyard and Garden of Remembrance
are quiet green spaces
with benches for rest and reflection.