We offer different styles of worship ranging from the Book of Common Prayer (BCP) Holy Communion service through to our All-Age service of informal contemporary worship and prayer, and much in-between. All are welcome to all of the services.
For the date and times of forthcoming services, see Service Times.
Held on the 1st, 3rd, & 5th Sunday in the month
This is a quiet and reflective traditional service which lasts approximately 30 minutes.
Held on the 1st Sunday in the month
A time of informal worship and prayer suitable for all Ages. This relaxed service is led by a worship band and is particularly suited to families with children. Readings and prayers may be led by families from our congregation. Baptisms will sometimes take place in this service.
Rev'd Rachel Hartland involving children in her talk at the 11:00am service
Held on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, & 5th Sunday in the month
This service offers communion and is a mix of traditional and less traditional styles. The words are from Common Worship and much of the music is from Common Praise with more modern songs supplementing these. The vast majority of music is played on the organ with the piano being used where appropriate. Searchers (our junior church) is offered at this service and Baptisms will sometimes take place.
There is always an opportunity to stay for tea and a chat after the 11:00am service.
Usually held on the 3rd Tuesday in the month starting at 1:15pm
The Little Lights service is for 0-5 year olds and their parents/carers. This is a short, simple service with refreshments served beforehand when new friendships can be made.
Held on the 4th Sunday in the month from 4-5:30pm
Messy Church is for the whole family to enjoy (children must be accompanied by an adult). It's fun and includes craft, food, songs and bible stories.
All the above services are held at St Mary's Church.
Services are also held at one other venue in the parish.
Usually held on the 2nd Sunday in the month (April - September) at Bramshill Mission Chapel starting at 6:30pm
This service takes place in the small wooden church in the woods in Bramshill. It takes the form of a traditional sung Evensong using Common Praise and led by an organ. Refreshments are available afterwards.