We believe that all human beings were created to worship.
It is what we do whether we admit to it or not. Whether what we worship is worth our adoration is another question. Even our vicar admits to coming close to worshipping when he visits The Etihad! The Apple Store, the Aston Martin Garage and umpteen other products, services and experiences compete for your adoration too!
Of course, we want to invite you to worship God as he is revealed in Jesus and like most churches, we host a variety of services of different styles through the week and in both of our church buildings. To check the current timetable please do look at the Calendar, or check What's On.
8am Holy Communion (second Sunday) at St Anne’s
This is a traditional quiet Holy Communion service (Book of Common Prayer)
9.30am Morning Worship at St Anne’s & 11.00am St Bart’s
Every Sunday of the year these are our main acts of worship and celebration. They will often involve a choir leading us in sung worship of hymns and songs old and new and the sharing of Holy Communion. There will always be a teaching slot, a chance to pray and material aimed at the younger members of our church family as well as dedicated spaces for the children.
This should go without saying, but there will always be a warm welcome and there will always be coffee!
On the 1st Sunday of each month we have a Sung Evensong with a robed choir using The Book of Common Prayer. It is a quiet time with some beautiful liturgy, prayers, music and a short teaching slot.
10.30am Morning Worship (1st, 3rd & 5th) at St Bart’s and (2nd & 4th) St Anne’s
Most weeks we celebrate the Holy Communion together, sing a couple of hymns/songs, there is a short teaching slot and always coffee and conversation.