The Church Season of Ordinary Time

This season began with Trinity Sunday (30 May) and lasts to the autumn (31 October).  Known as 'ordinary' as there are no major festivals to celebrate. Instead we're invited to reflect on our lives, remembering God is with us every day, and to look for him in the 'ordinariness' of our daily living.  And we can reflect on, and learn more about, the big issues of life and how Jesus' presence can impact in a positive way on these.  (During this season we also celebrate Creationtide in September.)

Download a copy of our  (Extra) Ordinary Time Service Booklet 

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Sunday 29 August 2021: no Sunday services on this day as both Justine and Elizabeth are away. We'll publish links to other services such as the Diocesan Cathedral service to join via YouTube on the day.


Our weekday worship and reflection

Monday-Friday:

 communion bread and wine

Church of England Daily Prayer LINK

Although we cannot physically share the Eucharist together at the moment, we are sharing virtually via a live Zoom service. Our services involve people from all our churches, with a wide variety of song styles.

Although we cannot share bread and wine, we still invite God into our hearts and lives; proclaiming Christ crucified and risen and giving thanks for God's faithful love through broken bread and wine outpoured.