Services during the National Lockdown easing
Last updated: Monday 12 April
Worship in lockdown
We are delighted that as society opens up following lockdown, we are now able to invite you to join us in our building as well as online for our Eucharistic services on Sunday and Wednesday. The Church is open for private prayer on Sunday’s, and we have a wealth of other services including Morning Prayer available online.
Great Sacred Music
Our world famous choirs lead an introduction to the great classics of our sacred music. Looking either at a particular composer, an anniversary of a world event or a particular topic, an expert in the history or particular thinking introduces each piece, helping the audience to gain appreciation for the depth of the music we already love. People of all faiths and none come weekly to this event.
Thursdays 1pm-1.35pm in the Church
Choral Evensong and Choral Morning Song
Sometimes called “the warm bath of services” Choral Evensong has long been a Christian Worship service loved by people of all faith perspectives. The service consists of prayers sung by the choir and led by the service leader with the option of singing a well known hymn at the end.
Choral Evensong: Sundays 5pm-5.30pm & Mondays 5pm-5.30pm Choral Morningsong: Thursdays 8.30am-8.55am
Both in the Church.
A reflective service to start the day with said liturgical prayers, Bible readings and intercessions for the day.
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8.30-9am and Saturdays 9am-9.30am
Wednesday Choral Eucharist
A service of Eucharist led by a member of the clergy with our choirs. There is a short sermon, prayers, bible readings and hymns and an invitation to receive the bread and wine or to come forward for a blessing. We are happy to provide gluten free bread and nonalcoholic wine if we are asked in advance.
Wednesdays 1pm-1.45pm in the Church
Lunch Hour Eucharist
A small reflective service of prayers, Bible readings and an opportunity to receive the bread and wine of the Eucharist or a blessing. A perfect fit for your lunch hour.
Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays 1.15-1.45pm in the Dick Sheppard Chapel in the Crypt. Please ask the vergers in the Church if you are unsure of where to find this.We are happy to provide gluten free bread and nonalcoholic wine if we are asked in advance.
A gentle and intimate service of Christian spirituality with candles and a chorister, based around the songs of the Taizé Community in France. People of a wide variety of faith backgrounds, including those who feel anxious about church services and those wishing to deepen an experience of God regularly join.
First Sunday of every month 7pm-8pm in the Church.