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Church Services (see also Events)

Every Sunday at 10.30 Holy Communion. All welcome. Masks to be worn and social distancing observed. Sanitiser available at entrance. Lasts 35 mins approx.

You can also be a part of this on zoom.

The Communion Services are from the Church of England Common Worship and follow the set weekly readings.

Worship

Holy Communion is the central act of Christian worship. In Holy Communion (also called the Eucharist, the Lord’s Supper, and the Mass) Christians recall Jesus’ words at the Last Supper that the bread is his body and the wine his blood given for us, and that he asks us to do this to remember him. We do so in joy and celebration, giving thanks to God for all creation, for God’s presence, for the hope of the Resurrection. We also offer prayers for the needs of particular people and for our world. In Holy Communion we are fed and nourished by God, either by receiving the bread or from the blessing of being there. Our compassion is enlarged and we look beyond ourselves.

Children are welcome at all church services however we cannot at present offer colouring sheets and toys but bring anything you would like for your children to play with.

Messy Church

Messy Church, creative worship for children and families,happens at various times in various places, please see community magazine for details.

Holy Communion

Holy Communion is the central act of Christian worship. In Holy Communion (also called the Eucharist, the Lord’s Supper, and the Mass) Christians recall Jesus’ words at the Last Supper that the bread is his body and the wine his blood given for us, and that he asks us to do this to remember him. We do so in joy and celebration, giving thanks to God for all creation, for God’s presence, for the hope of the Resurrection. We also offer prayers for the needs of particular people and for our world. In Holy Communion we are fed and nourished by God, either by receiving the bread and the wine, or from the blessing of being there. Our compassion is enlarged and we look beyond ourselves.

Burham

Burham Community Centre is the old village infant school and is located at the top of Bell Lane opposite the recreation ground. Burham Community Centre

Wouldham

Wouldham Church is located at the end of the High Street and close the the bottom of School Lane, Parking is mainly unrestricted, but limited near to the church, please allow enough time.



After Service

All attendees are welcome to join us for refreshments after worship, we offer complimentary tea, coffee and biscuits.

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Facilities

  • Children's creche corner
  • Toilet
  • Wheelchair access
  • Hearing loop
  • Assistant/Guide dogs welcome
  • Baby changing
  • Large Print Hymn books/Order of Service

Our Prayers

If you wish to include any prayers in the services please contact Rev Mike Hayes on 07964 697556