All our services are in the on-line calendar, click here.
You are warmly invited to join us at either of our Churches and at any of our services. We offer usually offer activities for children at all our 9.30am and 10.45am services.
Our services at a glance
First, third and fourth Sundays - 9.30am or 10.45am
On three Sundays out of four the main service at both All Saints and St Barnabas is a Communion Service with hymns, Bible readings and a sermon with prayers and sharing Communion together. These services each last about 1 hour 15 minutes. They generally follow the Church of England's seasons of the year with their Bible readings.
Children are very welcome to join in with these services, but both Churches also have a children's group that meets in the adjacent hall where they generally have activities that cover the same topic as the main service. The children then join the adults in the main service to receive Communion or a blessing.
Second Sundays - 9.30am or 10.45am services
On the second Sunday of every month there is a Family (and Parade) Service as the main service in both Churches. This is a time of interactive worship for all the family. Children and young people from the Scouting and Guiding groups are warmly invited to attend for about 45 minutes of hymns or songs with a talk and activity, along with prayers based on a theme from the Bible.
Fifth Sundays - 10.30am service
When there is a fifth Sunday in the month we come together as one Church to worship, with hymns and songs led by our joint band, Bible readings, prayers and a talk. We use this Sunday to be creative with our worship, looking at different ways to learn about Jesus and to pray. Children are warmly welcomed. Please check our calendar for the venue.
Every Sunday at 8.00am
For those who prefer a quieter and more reflective service we have Said Holy Communion from the Book of Common Prayer at 8.00am every Sunday. First and third Sundays at St Barnabas; second and fourth Sundays at All Saints. Please check our calendar for the venue on fifth Sundays.