The truth of the ancient faith still speaks to the challenges of our contemporary world.

Our worship is rooted in the tradition of the “Apostles’ teaching (Holy Scripture), fellowship, the breaking of bread (Holy Communion) and the prayers” (Acts 2.42). This historic liturgy of the Church proclaims the message of the Good News that Jesus Christ—by his life, death, resurrection and ascension—can make us truly free. 

What to Expect

getting to know you

What's coming up


9a Eucharist

The Anglican liturgy of Word and Sacrament with a more traditional musical selection.

11.15a Eucharist

The Anglican liturgy of Word and Sacrament with a more contemporary musical selection.

6p Vespers

The Evening Prayer liturgy with hymns, sung Psalms and Canticles, and a brief homily.

Week Day Services

9a Morning Prayer

The Morning Prayer Daily Office is observed on Mondays, Tuesday & Thursdays in the Chapel.

7.30a Wednesday Eucharist

Midweek Eucharist with a short homily in the Chapel.

During the Summer months, we have one service at 10.30a.

On special occasions our normal schedule changes,
please check our calendar for service times. 

Wonder in and Age of Cynicism


Fall Discipleship Weekend
with (the Revd) John Barr

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Wonder in an age of Cynicism


At the core of authentic Christian life is wonder. A careful reading of the gospels shows that astonishment and amazement and raw bewilderment are at the pulse of the invasion of Jesus into human life. He opens us to a world with windows. Our age increasingly is a world without windows: here we entertain ourselves to death; we are distracted from distraction by distraction (T.S. Eliot). And we have Twitter.  Our godly imaginations have shriveled in an age of cynicism. We are starved for godly wonder.  As we explore  the Word, how does God re-weave the heart to become once more astonished?



Friday, 7p: The Wonder of Forgiveness
(the Rt Revd) Mike Hill, Bishop of Bristol

Saturday 9a: A Theology of Wonder
(the Very Revd Dr) John Barr

Saturday 10.30a: The Wonder of Grace
(the Rt Revd) Mike Hill, Bishop of Bristol

Sunday 9 and 11.15a: Three Strange Wonders to Live by
(the Revd Dr) John Barr