8.00am Holy Communion
This is a said Holy Communion service in the Dales Vestry in church which includes a 5 minute sermon and a time of prayer. The Dales Vestry is accessed through the door at the back of church via the car park. We use the Common Worship Church of England liturgy on the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 5th Sundays of the month and the 4th Sunday of the month we use the Book of Common Prayer. This service will last about 30 minutes.
9.30am Morning Praise
This is a traditional service with said liturgy from Common Worship, sung worship is led by the choir, organ and small worship group. We are joined by the uniformed organisations on the 2nd Sunday of the month and Holy Communion is on the 4th Sunday of the month. There is also the availability to receive prayer ministry. Typically the service lasts for one hour and 15 minutes. Tea and coffee are served in the Church Hall after the service which is immediately on the right as you exit the church.
11.15am Praise Together
This is a service for the whole family with sung worship led by a worship band, time for prayer, a sermon and the availability to receive prayer ministry. The children and young people are part of the beginning of the service until they leave for their groups. Typically the service lasts for one hour and 15 minutes. Tea and coffee are served in the Church Hall, which is immediately on the right as you exit the church, before the start of the service. Our All Age service is on the 2nd Sunday of the month and Holy Communion is on the 4th Sunday of the month. When it is Holy Communion, the children and young people start in the church hall and come into the service at the end to receive either communion or a blessing.
6.30pm Evening Praise
6pm Toast (share some tea and toast cafe-style before the evening service starts)
6.30pm Evening Praise
This is an informal service with plenty of space for sung worship, prayer ministry and talks to teach, encourage and challenge us about following Jesus in today’s culture. This is a great space for new people to explore faith for the first time, the community is diverse but we have more students and young adults leading in the evenings. Holy Communion is usually on the 2nd Sunday of the month. We aim to be finished by 8pm with more tea and coffee served at the end of the service.
Wednesday 9.30am Holy Communion
There is a said Holy Communion service every Wednesday morning at 9.30am in church which includes a 5 minute sermon and a time of prayer. We use the Common Worship Church of England liturgy every week and it will last about 40 minutes. Drinks are served afterwards in the Narthex at the back of church.
St. Barnabas Church
1a St. Barnabas Road