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’). Everyone is welcome to share in Communion, or receive a blessing.
8.00 a.m. Holy Communion on the 1st Sunday of each month (for 30 minutes).
9.30 a.m. Parish Communion (for just over 1 hour) with hymns and a sermon, followed by Coffee Time.
Most Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays
8.15 a.m. Morning Prayer (for about 30 minutes)
5.30 p.m. Healing Worship (for 30 minutes) A quiet communion with special
prayers for those who are ill, and the laying on of hands for those who
10.00 a.m. Communion and Coffee (for about 45 minutes) with a chat about the
Bible reading, followed by refreshments.
Please note, there will be no Communion and Coffee on 26th February, this is replaced by the Ash Wednesday service at 12 noon.
Please refer to our notice sheet on Facebook or Twitter (see side panel)
for weekly news and notices.
For details of worship on special occasions please refer to the What’s On page.
Nappy changing facilities are available.
There 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.
The 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.