Our current weekly pattern of worship, with full Covid precautions, is: Sundays 9.30am Holy Eucharist, plus an extra Eucharist at 8.00am on the first Sunday of each month, and a weekday Eucharist every Tuesday at 9.30am. All are welcome, without any need to book in advance.

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Worship at St Chad's

The times of our regular weekly services (not during the Covid-19 crisis) can be found to the right. We often hold special services at particular times of the year and on special days in the church calendar. Keep an eye on our Facebook page and Twitter feed for details of what's coming up, or a full calendar (in normal non-virus times) on A Church Near You If you'd like to be added to our mailing list to be kept up to date with upcoming events and all the news of what's happening at St Chad's please just drop us a line.

We always do our best to make our worship accessible to all at St Chad's and you'll always receive a very warm welcome. We use service booklets which contain all the words you'll need and you should feel free to join in where you feel comfortable. We operate a loop system and have large print material available and if you're unsure of anything please just ask someone sitting near you.

At the 09.30 Sunday morning service we're supported by our choir and the organ. There are always toys, books and children's resources available and adults and children of all ages together play a full part in all of our services. If you bring children along to any of our services, please relax and allow them to feel at home and to express themselves in worship, in any way they want.

Regular Service Times

Day Time Service
Sunday 08.00 Said Eucharist
Sunday 09.30 Sung Parish Eucharist
Sunday 18.00 Evening Prayer
Monday 09.30 Said Eucharist
Wednesday 09.30 Said Eucharist
Thursday 19.00 Said Eucharist*
Friday 08.30 Said Eucharist

*on the last Thursday of the month (pre-Covid) we hold a service of the Holy Eucharist for Healing, which includes the opportunity to receive prayer, laying on of hands, and anointing.