Our Times of Worship
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Midweek Worship - 9.30am
A half-hour service of prayers, usually including Holy Communion, held at our
sister church in Hartley Wintney.
Mondays and Thursdays - 9.15 to 9.45am
A time of informal prayer for our world, our nation, our neighbours and ourselves. All are welcome to pray or to be prayed for as well as opportunities for personal prayer or to be prayed for at the end of Sunday services. Just ask a Steward.
Early Morning Worship - 9.00am
Traditional worship for the early risers! Holy Communion is celebrated once a month.
Morning Worship - 10.30am
Worship for everyone, with crèche facilities and Junior Church. Holy Communion is celebrated once a month. Our worship band very often plays an important role. Refreshments are available after this service.
Once each month our young people stay for the whole service and regularly contribute to it through readings, prayers, music, songs, dance and drama. We enjoy a bring and share meal after the 10.30am service on the 4th Sunday of every month. Come and join us!
Find out more about worship opportunities for families, children and young people.
Evening Worship - 6.30pm
Our evening services come in a variety of different styles, with Holy Communion celebrated once a month. Most evening services are organ-led and similar in style to Early Morning Worship.
Cafe Oasis - contemporary cafe-style worship led by our worship band on the first Sunday evening of every month (except August). We use contemporary songs and music, and often include times of sharing and testimony. Refreshments are available before the service, which starts earlier than other Sunday evenings at 6pm.
Occasionally, evening worship will take the form of reflective worship or a service of healing and wholeness. Opportunities to be still, to meditate, for personal prayer and to allow God to move through the quietness.