PLEASE NOTE – GREENWOOD IS CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR RE-DEVELOPMENT.
ALL WORSHIP IS NOW TAKING PLACE AT HOMEWOOD.
Morning Worship takes place every Sunday at 10.30 am.
The service is either conducted by a minister, a lay preacher or the Worship Group. Activities are provided for children in the ‘Children’s Corner’ of the Homewood sanctuary. Services usually last under an hour. Coffee and biscuits are provided at the back of the Church before the service, from 10.00am – a chance to
talk to friends, old and new.
There is another opportunity for coffee after the service, following which those who wish to do so can regroup for a discussion or reflection on the earlier part of the worship.
A Morning Worship Service which includes Holy Communion takes place at Homewood on the first Sunday of each month. All who love our Lord Jesus are invited to share at his table, whatever branch of His Church you belong to.
Parade Services: the Uniformed Organisations affiliated to the church are invited to these services twice a year.
Maundy Thursday: 7.00pm – Holy Communion Service
Good Friday: 2.00pm – ‘At the Cross’ Service.
Easter: 10.30am – Easter morning Holy Communion Service
Thanksgiving: A Sunday towards the end of September
Choir Services: Three or four times a year, including an evening Carol Service.
Carols Around the Tree: 5.00pm on the first Sunday in December.
Christmas Eve: 11.30pm – Christmas Eve Service.
Christmas: 10.00am – Christmas Morning Service.
Evening Worship at Homewood Site
An Evening Service at 6.30 pm which includes Holy Communion takes place once a month throughout the year, usually on the third Sunday.
Between April and October, services take place at 6.30pm on the other Sundays at either Homewood. These services are often more intimate and can take a variety of forms including Cafe style, discussions based, wild or outdoor services.
See “What’s On” for details.
URC Daily Devotions
Each day a different Bible passage is chosen, a reflection on that passage has been written and there is a prayer. These devotions can be read or listened to as a podcast.
Below is the link to the URC Daily Devotions site.