Pattern of Worship in Eridge Church

Corona virus update

In light of the Government guidance around non-essential contact, the Archbishops of Canterbury and York have issued advice that public worship is suspended until further notice. 

Of course we will follow this advice so all services are cancelled for the time being. 

See News for more informaiton

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It is  important to check with the calendar

Typical cycle of services during the month (but do please check the calendar for possible changes)


First Sunday of each month


11.15 am   Holy Communion

A celebration of the Eucharist. *
There is no organist at this service, but we have recorded music to accompany the service and to lead us in singing which is played through the sound system

*A note on the language we use. 

Holy Communion, which is also called the Eucharist, Mass or the Lord's Supper, is a service we have in common with almost all Christians. 
Christians don't say that they 'do' or 'carry out' the Eucharist; they 
celebrate it. 
This service is a re-enactment of the Last Supper, the final meal that Jesus Christ shared with his disciples before his arrest, and eventual crucifixion. 
At the meal Jesus ate bread and wine and instructed his disciples to do the same in memory of him

Second  Sunday of each month

11.15 am Morning Prayer
A service of prayer, readings from the bible, preaching and hymn singing - using the liturgy from Common Worship.

Our organist plays for us

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Third  Sunday of each month

11.15 am  Holy Communion*

The service follows Common Worship and the Order of Service we use on an "ordinary" Sunday (that is one that is not a special festival in the church) can be viewed by clicking here.

Our organist plays for us

Fourth  Sunday of each month

11.15 am Holy Communion*

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If there is a Fifth Sunday in the month 

Please check the calendar.