Services

Sunday Services

Christmas Services

Sunday 11th  Christingle Service at St Laurence 10.30 a.m.

Sunday 18th  Morning Worship and Carols at St Johns 10.30 a.m.

Sunday 18th Traditional Nine Lessons and Carols St Laurence 6.30 p.m.

Christmas Eve Holy Communion at St John’s 9 p.m.

Christmas Day Holy Communion at St Laurence 10.30 a.m.

St Laurence’s Church is a family. From the onset of the pandemic, all our services have changed.

Our current format is a morning service at 10.30 a.m.

  • 1st Sunday of the month St John’s.
  • 2nd Sunday of the month St Laurence.
  • 3rd Sunday of the month St John’s.
  • 4th Sunday of the month St. Laurence
  • 5th Sunday will alternate please see calendar for details

Evening services will be arranged when possible.

Whichever service you attend you will find a warm welcome.

Recent Sunday’s Services

Sunday 27th November Advent Sunday Morning Worship

Sunday 4th December Advent 2 Morning Worship 

Join Us

All seats are available but please sit where you feel comfortable.

In normal times there are paper and crayons always available and soft toys and story books available at St. Laurence.

What to wear  –

There is NO  dress code we want you to feel comfortable.

Cost – 

There is no charge, but a contribution to the work of the church would be much appreciated.

If you are a tax payer please consider Gift Aid. Some one will be able to help you with this if you are unsure. please ask. There is a card reader and a QR code available at St Laurence.

Toilets 

There are full facilities available at each church.

  • St Laurence – in the Annexe
  • St John’s at the rear of the building

Sight & Hearing provision

  • There is a hearing loop fitted to the sound system in St Laurence
  • Large print versions of most books are available

Remember – Everyone is welcome

Life Events – From the cradle to the grave.

Over the centuries the parish church has stood at the centre of community life. St Laurence like all English parish churches, was the place where the community gathered to celebrate, worshipped Sunday by Sunday and marked those vital moments in human existence – birth, marriage and death.

Further information on:

Annual Services