Worship during the week

You are, of course, always welcome to come into the church to sit and think and worship in your own way during daylight hours while the church is open.

But if you like to join with others in worship, please do come along to one of our services during the week, to which everyone is welcome (details below).

[ If you prefer something more informal, you might be interested in joining one of our Bible Study or Fellowship groups which meet in people's homes. To find out more, see the Social Diary pages in ShoreLine magazine, which has contact telephone numbers for these groups. ]

Tuesday: we meet in the side chapel of the church for

Morning Prayer at 9:00am - currently using "Common Worship", followed by

Holy Communion at 9:30am - using the same format as our usual Sunday worship, but shortened, with an informal homily and extempore prayer and no hymns. This usually takes about 30 minutes.

Thursday : we meet in the side chapel of the church for

Celtic Evening Prayer at 7.30pm

 
Monday to Saturdayat our sister church, St Mary de Haura, in Shoreham town
Evensong at 5:30pm -