All are welcome at our services.

Our church is home to regular Sunday and Wednesday congregations and holds special services at Advent and Christmas, Lent, Holy Week and Easter and at other times throughout the year. At different times of the year the character of church services changes; the great celebrations of Christmas and Easter have a festive feel, while during Advent and Lent the mood is more reflective.

Our main service of the week is held on Sundays, children and young people are welcome and toys/activities are available throughout. After the service we serve tea and coffee in the rear of the church, offering a chance to get to know each other better and to welcome newcomers.

One-to-One Prayer

If you would like someone to pray for you about a specific issue or for healing, Revd Gemma or one of the Ministry Team will be happy to sit with you after the service.

Our Regular Services

Morning Prayer

Morning Prayer is a simple, said service of prayer and praise to begin the day.

Holy Communion

Holy Communion, also known as the Eucharist, is a service where:

  • We gather as the church, the body of Christ
  • We listen to God’s word
  • We give thanks over bread and wine for all that Jesus has done and continues to do for us and remember the meal Jesus shared with his disciples on the night before he died
  • We are sent out to serve God’s word

Morning Worship

This service includes songs, prayers, bible readings and a short talk, and is normally led by a member of the Worship Team.

South West Chelmsford Churches Mission and Ministry Unit (MMU) Service

A joint service held at either St. Luke’s Church, St. John’s Church Moulsham, St Michael’s Church Galleywood, St. Mary’s Church Widford, or Church of the Holy Spirit Widford.

Sunday Service Pattern

9am, Holy Communion

This is a spoken service, with music at the beginning and end but no hymns. We will use Common Worship liturgy and there will be a short homily. This service lasts approximately 30 mins.

10.15am, Morning Worship

This is largely non Eucharistic but with occasional celebrations. This is a more informal service with prayer, discussion and music, there may be a short reflection, a meditation or a Bible study.

Fifth Sunday of the Month

10am, Joint MMU Service

Wednesday Service Pattern

9.15am, Morning Prayer

Please note the above times and details reflect our regular pattern of services, however these may be subject to change so please ensure you check our Calendar for specific weekly information.