The building has been closed, but online services and events will continue now that we can reopen.
Here are all the Worship services, Prayer links and events you can join in online. Some are via video, some you will need to request the access code.
For general information about the coronavirus and regulations, see this page
For Sunday Club, see their page
Worship with us
Videos are available to everyone on our channel, but online meetings use a programme called Zoom. Find out about internet security for online meetings (and why you need an access code) in this document.
Sunday morning service
Direct link from the front page of our website or see previous services on our YouTube channel
Mosaic Evening Service
Pray together and individually
On our website, our own Prayer page explains how to join with others in prayer, and how to send in your prayer request.
Meetings and groups
For each of these, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for the access code. Please tell Maggie which session(s) you are interested in.
Ladies’ group online meeting on Thursday morning
Men’s group online meetings on Saturday mornings – please contact email@example.com
Other ways to join in:
The Time to Pray app (Church House Publishing/Aimer Media) includes the orders of service for both Prayer During the Day and Night Prayer. The app is now completely free to use.
Prayers and intercessions about the outbreak from the Church of England are available online and as PDF downloads to print and share with those without internet access.
Radio 4’s Daily Service features a Bible reading, prayer, and music.
Join the Royal School of Church Music in singing their Hymn for the Day. A new video with music and lyrics is published every day, Monday to Saturday.
Before leaving this page, can we say thank you to those who continue to give to the church. The building may be closed, but our work and mission continues. You may not be able to add to the collection plate, but you can still contribute using one of the methods on our Giving page. It’s simple and it really helps, thank you.