We would love to see you at any of our services on Sundays at 10am and 7pm or on Thursdays at 11am. There’s no need to book, just come along!
Please note, that our morning services in church are now live-streamed
|We share Holy Communion at both morning and evening services but not at every service.
We believe that worship can be an encounter with the living God! It’s a joy and a blessing to come together on a Sunday morning at 10am to offer praise to God and to pray for one another and the wider world. The music is usually contemporary and led by a band but draws on a wide repertoire of songs and hymns. Our bible teaching aims to connect the deep, enduring truths of Scripture with our lives today. We make time for stillness, personal stories and the opportunity to reflect on what we’ve heard and respond personally. There are activities for children and young people where they can explore the morning theme in an interesting and exciting way and be encouraged to grow as disciples of Jesus.
Our Sunday evening service begins at 7pm and usually explores a different theme from the one in the morning. The music is also contemporary and led by a band and we usually have longer times of sung worship. We often make time for discussion, sharing and praying for one another and times of response.
During the week
On Thursday mornings at 11am we have a service of Holy Communion. It’s a warm and welcoming fellowship and the service, for many, is an oasis in the middle of the week. We place an emphasis on bible teaching that is practical and relevant and we follow the Church of England’s regular reading pattern.
If you don't wish to come in person, you can join us 'live' by tuning in to our online service which takes place on Sundays at 10am. You can also watch past service recordings on this page.
Please note, our 'all-age' service on the first Sunday of the month (10am) and our evening services are not live-streamed.
For up to date information about all of our services, please check the church calendar.
Services at St Giles
First published on: 28th May 2016