Upcoming Services

  

The Ninth Sunday after Trinity

The Ninth Sunday after Trinity
Holy Eucharist

Preacher: The Revd Hannah Cartwright

This Eucharist takes place in the Chancel. An Order of Service is provided for the congregation. The service is simple and contemplative, following the pattern of Common Worship. There is a brief homily and the service lasts for about half an hour. Everyone is welcome to attend.

The Ninth Sunday after Trinity
Sung Eucharist

Preacher: The Revd Dr Andrew Shamel

This Eucharist takes place in the Nave. It is our principal celebration of the week. An Order of Service is provided for the congregation. It includes everything you need to take part. The service is accompanied by hymns and the Choir sings a mass setting and an anthem. The service is followed by refreshments in the De Brome Chapel. There is also a creche facility at the back of church, where toilets and baby changing facilities are also provided. Everyone is welcome to attend.

The Ninth Sunday after Trinity
Choral Evensong

Preacher: The Revd Hannah Cartwright

This service takes place in the Chancel. The form of service was devised during the English Reformation by Archbishop Thomas Cranmer, who would later be martyred in Oxford. His trial took place at the University Church. The service is sung by the Choir and draws on the Christian Scriptures and the ancient monastic offices of Vespers and Compline; it offers a simple, elegant framework for reflection and prayer. Everyone is welcome.

The Tenth Sunday after Trinity

The Tenth Sunday after Trinity
Holy Eucharist

Preacher: The Revd Canon Dr William Lamb

This Eucharist takes place in the Chancel. An Order of Service is provided for the congregation. The service is simple and contemplative, following the pattern of Common Worship. There is a brief homily and the service lasts for about half an hour. Everyone is welcome to attend.

The Tenth Sunday after Trinity
Sung Eucharist

Preacher: The Revd Canon Dr William Lamb

This Eucharist takes place in the Nave. It is our principal celebration of the week. An Order of Service is provided for the congregation. It includes everything you need to take part. The service is accompanied by hymns and the congregation joins in singing the mass setting. The service is followed by refreshments in the De Brome Chapel. There is also a creche facility at the back of church, where toilets and baby changing facilities are also provided. Everyone is welcome to attend.

The Tenth Sunday after Trinity
Choral Evensong

Preacher: The Revd Canon Dr William Lamb

This service takes place in the Chancel. The form of service was devised during the English Reformation by Archbishop Thomas Cranmer, who would later be martyred in Oxford. His trial took place at the University Church. The service is sung by the Choir and draws on the Christian Scriptures and the ancient monastic offices of Vespers and Compline; it offers a simple, elegant framework for reflection and prayer. Everyone is welcome.

The Eleventh Sunday after Trinity

The Eleventh Sunday after Trinity
Holy Eucharist

Preacher: The Revd Canon Dr Alvyn Pettersen

This Eucharist takes place in the Chancel. An Order of Service is provided for the congregation. The service is simple and contemplative, following the pattern of Common Worship. There is a brief homily and the service lasts for about half an hour. Everyone is welcome to attend.

The Eleventh Sunday after Trinity
Sung Eucharist

Preacher: Dr Sarah Mortimer

This Eucharist takes place in the Nave. It is our principal celebration of the week. An Order of Service is provided for the congregation. It includes everything you need to take part. The service is accompanied by hymns and the congregation joins in singing the mass setting. The service is followed by refreshments in the De Brome Chapel. There is also a creche facility at the back of church, where toilets and baby changing facilities are also provided. Everyone is welcome to attend.

The Eleventh Sunday after Trinity
Choral Evensong

Preacher: The Revd Naomi Gardom

This service takes place in the Chancel. The form of service was devised during the English Reformation by Archbishop Thomas Cranmer, who would later be martyred in Oxford. His trial took place at the University Church. The service is sung by the Choir and draws on the Christian Scriptures and the ancient monastic offices of Vespers and Compline; it offers a simple, elegant framework for reflection and prayer. Everyone is welcome.

The Feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary

The Feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Holy Eucharist

Preacher: The Revd Naomi Gardom

This Eucharist takes place in the Chancel. An Order of Service is provided for the congregation. The service is simple and contemplative, following the pattern of Common Worship. There is a brief homily and the service lasts for about half an hour. Everyone is welcome to attend.

The Feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Sung Eucharist

This Eucharist takes place in the Nave. It is our principal celebration of the week. An Order of Service is provided for the congregation. It includes everything you need to take part. The service is accompanied by hymns and the congregation joins in singing the mass setting. The service is followed by refreshments in the De Brome Chapel. There is also a creche facility at the back of church, where toilets and baby changing facilities are also provided. Everyone is welcome to attend.

The Feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Choral Evensong

Preacher: The Revd Canon Dr William Lamb

This service takes place in the Chancel. The form of service was devised during the English Reformation by Archbishop Thomas Cranmer, who would later be martyred in Oxford. His trial took place at the University Church. The service is sung by the Choir and draws on the Christian Scriptures and the ancient monastic offices of Vespers and Compline; it offers a simple, elegant framework for reflection and prayer. Everyone is welcome.

The Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity

The Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity
Holy Eucharist

Preacher: The Revd Canon Dr William Lamb

This Eucharist takes place in the Chancel. An Order of Service is provided for the congregation. The service is simple and contemplative, following the pattern of Common Worship. There is a brief homily and the service lasts for about half an hour. Everyone is welcome to attend.

The Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity
Sung Eucharist

Preacher: The Revd Alan Ramsey

This Eucharist takes place in the Nave. It is our principal celebration of the week. An Order of Service is provided for the congregation. It includes everything you need to take part. The service is accompanied by hymns and the congregation joins in singing the mass setting. The service is followed by refreshments in the De Brome Chapel. There is also a creche facility at the back of church, where toilets and baby changing facilities are also provided. Everyone is welcome to attend.

The Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity
Choral Evensong

Preacher: Dr Sarah Mortimer

This service takes place in the Chancel. The form of service was devised during the English Reformation by Archbishop Thomas Cranmer, who would later be martyred in Oxford. His trial took place at the University Church. The service is sung by the Choir and draws on the Christian Scriptures and the ancient monastic offices of Vespers and Compline; it offers a simple, elegant framework for reflection and prayer. Everyone is welcome.