Services

 

A warm welcome awaits you at every service of worship at St Margaret’s

Every Sunday at 8.15am

Holy Communion …A said service with sermon

Every Sunday at 9.30am

These services are listed by each Sunday of the month:

1st Sunday      9.30 am     All Age worship….no Sunday Club
2nd Sunday    9.30am      Holy Communion
3rd Sunday     9.30am      Morning Prayer
4th Sunday     9.30am       Holy Communion
5th Sunday      Joint Service with St Mark’s Church, Caia Park.  Details as announced on the News Page
At Holy Communion, we gather at the altar or the Lord’s Table to share bread and wine together symbolising the body and blood of Jesus who died for us on the cross.   Hymns are sung, the bible is read and explained and prayers are said.  Everyone is very welcome to come along although it is usually those who worship regularly and have been baptised* and confirmed* who will receive communion but all can come for a blessing.
Morning Prayer is a very old and traditional service of the church with hymns and psalms and prayers.  The bible is also read and explained in the sermon.
‘All Age Worship’ is a chance for children and grown ups to pray together.  There are activities for everyone to take part in to help us understand the bible.  Alongside older hymns are lively simple songs.  It is a very informal time when we can enjoy being together.   Baptisms sometimes take place in this service.
  • Refreshments are served after every service, a good time to catch up and have a chat

Sunday Club meets in the Hall to the rear of the church on second, third and fourth Sunday’s in the month.  On second and fourth Sundays, children join with the congregation in church for the final part of the service.

*Baptisms otherwise known as Christenings take place by arrangement either during Sunday worship or on the second Sunday of the month at 12.30pm or 1.30pm.  If you want your family to know Jesus personally and to be part of his church, then baptism is a good idea.

Please make contact with Anne Casey, (Tel 01978 261917, email casey263@btinternet.comthe Pastoral Assistant who looks after baptisms if you would like to explore this possibility.

 

*Confirmation is the ceremony when the bishop lays his hands on and prays for those who want to take their baptism seriously in adult life.  It happens to those over the age of 11 years and after preparation.  People who wish to be Godparents should be both baptised and confirmed. Please contact the vicar if you are interested.

 

Weddings are arranged through the vicar, Jonathan.  There is a charge, but we would not want lack of money to be a reason not to get married in St Margaret’s.

 

Funerals We welcome funeral services in St Margaret’s which are followed by cremation or burial elsewhere.  The Funeral director will make contact with us if you were considering using St Margaret’s.  Again, there is a charge but it can be negotiable if things are tight.