Join us every Sunday at 9.30 and 11.00, in-person and online.
Our 9.30 service is an informal, family-friendly gathering, with singing led from the front, Bible stories, prayer, time to share news, a talk for grown-ups, and colouring and craft activities – all in a COVID-safe environment. The service lasts around 45 minutes. More info about our 9.30 service is available below.
To join via Zoom, please follow the link in the weekly email (sign up here), or get in touch. To ensure the meeting is safe, we aren’t sharing the meeting details publicly, and we’ll also be making use of Zoom’s waiting room function.
Our 11.00 service is a more traditional service following the Church of England’s ancient liturgy, with choir-led hymns, prayer, Bible readings, and a sermon. The service usually includes a celebration of the Lord’s Supper, and lasts around an hour.
We’ve worked hard to ensure that both of these services are COVID-secure; you can read about what’s involved in attending them at the moment here. Please remember to bring a face covering unless you are exempt.
We send out details about all our Sunday gatherings, and other events, in our weekly email update. Sign up here.
Wednesdays at 10.30am
We also hold a midweek morning service of Holy Communion, every Wednesday at 10.30am. This is a more traditional said service, following the Book of Common Prayer.
Sundays at 9.30: What to expect
There is a range of different groups and activities happening throughout the week at St Bartholomew’s; click one of the links to discover more about what goes on.
If you’ve joined us recently, we would love to get to know you. Please get in touch to say hello, so we can help you get involved with church life here.