The 9.30am service at St. Lukes is a 'Sung Eucharist with Hymns' which is followed by drinks and biscuits.
The is a more traditional service, with a carefully chosen set of hymns aligned to the theme of the day and passages being read. A short talk of 5 to 10 mins is given, after which the Eucharist is taken around the rail at which people are welcome to stand or sit.
For many, this is a sensitive and reflective service of worship to draw close to God and be with one-another.
The St Marks 10.30am service is an informal service which begins with sung worship using mostly modern songs, followed by a time of prayer, and a talk. We finish with drinks and biscuits and conversation.
We believe that everyone has something to bring to our life together. We therefore make space in time of sung worship for people to share stories, read parts of the bible, and pray out loud, so that everyone can be encouraged.
During our services children will often be heard playing with toys, shaking musical instruments and chatting away. This is something we love to hear.