Our Church Services
Our church services
When do we hold services in the building?
We have services every Sunday and special services across the year including at Easter, Christmas and Remembrance Sunday. All our services normally last about an hour, including communion,music, prayers, Bible readings and a short talk. At the 10 am, there are always activities to help kids connect, explore and participate. Sometimes there is a baptism as part of the service. Whether you are young or old, familiar with church or simply intrigued, asking lots of question or feeling you're on solid ground... you are welcome.
The 10am service includes music, prayers, Bible readings, a short talk and Holy Communion. These services are for everyone, and that includes you! Kids of all ages are very welcome, and each week there are either activities to do with parents/carers or our kids groups.
The 8.30am service is a shorter & quieter communion service. There's no singing or music, and instead the words of Common Worship liturgy and the Bible readings are the focus for worship and prayer. It's on the first and third Sundays of the month, and you can check the calendar at the bottom of this page to find out when the next one is. It's a peaceful, prayerful way to start the day.
Prayer is at the heart of who we are at St Denys.
Prayer Together is a hosted prayer session each week on Wednesday morning at 9.00am for half an hour on Zoom.
Our Book of Prayers – do come & write in it:
Each week people from across the community write in our Book of Prayers about things they want to thank God for (including crisps, friendships, signs of hope in tough situations) and things that they or their friends need help with (including health, relationships & work). You’ll find it on the right-hand side of the church, feel free to write in it, and we’ll pray for you on Wednesdays. You can also add to the Book of Prayers online here.