Worship

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Services are usually held each Sunday as follows:-
 
9:00 am Informal Service (please check before attending as this service is not always held)
This service follows traditional lines in many ways, although the congregation usually sit in a circle and some time is allowed for discussion after the sermon. This service is very popular with those who like an opportunity to discuss matters. Holy Communion is normally celebrated at this service on the second Sunday of each month.
 
10:30 am Morning Worship
This is the principal service of the day. The choir is normally in attendance.
Sunday Special Services, see below, take place on the first Sunday of each month.
Holy Communion is normally celebrated at this service on the third Sunday of each month. The Sunday Club (for children, click here for details) meets separately and joins the congregation for end of this service.
 
A creche is provided during this service.
Morning Worship, and certain other special services, are tape recorded for those who are unwell or unable to attend. If you would like more information, please contact the Church Office.
 
Transport by the Trinibus is available for this service for elderly or disabled people.
 

Sunday Special
This takes place on the first Sunday of each month. The service is in four separate sections and worshipers are free to go to as much, or as little, as they want to.

The sections are:

9:00am Breakfast
9:45am Group activities, e.g.
             - Bible Study
             - Discussion Group
             - Prayer Group
             - Crafts
             - Music
             - Drama
10:30am Worship
11:15am Coffee and Fellowship

 
 
 
 
General Information
Details of forthcoming services, and preachers at those services can be found at the Calendar page. Details of services throughout the Chelmsford Circuit can be found within the Circuit Quarterly Plan please contact the Church Office for further details.
Braille and large print hymn books are available. There are sound and induction loop systems within the Church and multi-media and overhead projectors are available for use in services.
The No Strings puppet team sometimes contributes to worship.
Baptism, wedding and funeral services, and Confirmation Classes, take place by arrangement with the Minister.
 

These pictures were taken at a recent service


   


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