Prayer & Worship
Sunday Mornings at 10
Each Sunday we try to make sure that children feel that they can take part with adults in worship. Often children share together in their own space at 'Little Edz.' There is a crèche room available for younger children.
Our Sunday morning Programme:
In our worship we draw on a number of Christian traditions. St. Edmund's has always been a church that has centred it's spiritual life on the Eucharist. Music in worship is a mix of modern and traditional. Vestments are worn and worship material is drawn from the Church of England's Common Worship services, as well as a variety of other sources such as the Iona community. In a setting that is at times both formal and informal we seek to encounter the living God in our worship.
Messy Church takes place once a month (in term times), 12.30-2.30. A great time for families and children - as well as anyone else - to get together in a safe and friendly environment.
Following a meal together we have time to share in worship and reflect together in activities around a theme. This is great church for those who like a lie in!
Find them on Facebook or take a look at this video to see what we get up to:
Prayer 4 Mission: Prayer Breakfast.
Meeting on the last Sunday of the month 8.30 - 9.30 a.m. Coffee and croissants, juice and toast - followed by praise, worship and Prayer for Mission!
Prayer is at the heart of the life of St Edmund's. It is the heartbeat of the church.
The chapel is available for private prayer and reflection whenever the building is open. The church opens each day at 8.00 a.m. and is available through until the evening. Simply take time to enjoy the space. Sit and read a book, read the Bible, or day dream.
During the week we have a pattern of daily prayer - you are welcome to join us.
Evening Prayer: 6 p.m. Monday - Friday.
Holy Communion: Wednesday 9.30 a.m. Sunday 10 a.m.
We operate a prayer chain through the church. Used if there is something urgent to pray about. Phone Kath Smith on 01322 270335 to set the prayer chain going.
Or share with us in Daily Prayer from the Church of England
"Daily Prayer provided by the official Church of England web site, © The Archbishops' Council of the Church of England, 2002-2004."
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