Regular Services

You are very welcome to join us for worship at any of our services. 

We generally follow the readings as set in the Lectionary in order to give breadth and continuity to the preaching and teaching themes, even at All-Age Worship. For all our services we use easy-to-follow booklets or special service sheets.

The All-Age Service follows an informal varied liturgy in which children and adults are involved. It aims to provide something, actually quite a lot, for everyone. We usually sing with a small group of musicians. It lasts about 45 minutes.

The Service of the Word follows a simple order, including space for a short meditation, and a more in-depth talk. It usually lasts about an hour.

Communion Services use the Common Worship order. We welcome visitors from any Christian denomination and if you normally take communion in your own church, please feel free to receive communion here.

Junior Church is usually on the fourth Sunday of the month. Children aged 3 to 7 have their own stories and activities in the Tower Room, rejoining their parents for a blessing at the communion rail.

There is a loop system for hearing-aid users.

First Sunday 9.15 am All-Age Worship
Second Sunday 9.15 am Holy Communion (Common Worship)
Third Sunday 9.15 am Service of the Word
Fourth Sunday 9.15 am Holy Communion (Common Worship) with Junior Church
Fifth Sunday 9.15 am Service of the Word

Children are welcome at all our services. If parents would like to take their children to the Tower Room, they can still listen to the service

Fairtrade coffee, tea and biscuits are served after all 9.15 am services.


All-Age Worship

The next all-age services are

Sunday, 5 May: All-Age Service 9.15 am

Sunday, 2 June: All-Age Service

9.15 am
Sunday, 7 July: All-Age Service 9.15 am

Sunday, 1 September: All-Age Service

9.15 am


Easter Services 2019

Palm Sunday, 14 April

"The donkey-whisperer"

We welcome Revd Janet Nicholls to preach.
Janet is the Chelmsford Diocesan Agricultural Chaplain. She works alongside the farming community, providing a listening ear and pastoral support. She has a farming background, an understanding of agricultural issues, and an insight into the unique concerns faced by farming families.

9.15 am

Maundy Thursday, 18 April

Communion and shared meal at Marks Tey

7.30 pm

Good Friday, 19 April

Meditation at Aldham
9.15 am
Easter Sunday, 21 April Family Communion 9.15 am