Worship

On the night before he died Jesus shared a supper with his friends. He shared bread and wine with them and said that they should continue to do this to remember him. This is an important aspect of the worship at St Christopher’s and is called Communion or Eucharist (meaning ‘Thanksgiving’).

Worship during Coronavirus restrictions

These services apply to 25th July 2021. From Tuesday 27th July 2021 our new times for worship will start – please scroll down to see these.

Sundays

9.00 a.m.  Holy Communion from the Vicarage, streamed live on Facebook. To watch, go to Facebook/ St Christopher’s in Thornhill and friends.  
Click to see the
Service sheet and Hymns for 25th July so that you can join in.

10.30 a.m.  A short service of Holy Communion in church (for about 40 minutes).
Safety measures are in place so please take note of these as you enter; please wear a face covering unless you are exempt. Thank you for your understanding.
Following the service St Christopher’s is open for Private Prayer until 12 noon.

For details of worship on special occasions please visit the What’s On page.

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Our services

These services will begin on 27th July 2021:

Sunday

10.00 a.m. Parish Communion (for just over 1 hour) with hymns and a sermon, followed by Coffee Time.

On the first Sunday of each month,
9.00 a.m. At Home with St Christopher’s, (for about 20 minutes). An informal service broadcast on the Facebook page St Christopher’s in Thornhill and Friends   and available to watch later.

 Tuesday

9.00 a.m. Personal Prayer time. A time to sit quietly in church, drop in for as long as you wish.

10.00 a.m. Communion Service with Prayers for Healing and a chat about the Gospel reading (for about 40 minutes), followed by refreshments.

10.45 a.m. – 12 noon Refreshments in the Freeman Room, all welcome.

For details of worship on special occasions please refer to the What’s On page.

Facilities

baby
Nappy changing facilities are available.

hearThere is a loop system in the church and hall;  if you wear a hearing aid you should set it to ‘T’. The Freeman Room and elsewhere have a Personal Hearing Amplifier available.

disabledThe Church Centre is accessible for wheelchairs, and there are two designated wheelchair / buggy spaces in church. The Church Centre has two accessible toilets and accessible parking bays are available in the car park.

LARGE  PRINT  Large print / paper copies of the worship, hymns and notice sheet are available from the Welcomers.

If you require a gluten-free Communion Wafer please mention it to our Welcomers when you arrive. Please also let us know if you have a particular need which is not listed here and we will do our best to help.