As an Anglican Church, our central act of worship is the Eucharist (also known as The Lord’s Supper, Holy Communion, or the Mass), as Jesus commanded us to “Do this in remembrance of me”, when He shared the Last Supper with His disciples. All who would normally receive the bread and wine at their own church are welcome to receive Holy Communion at All Saints’. Usually our main service on a Sunday is a Sung Eucharist, with organ music, hymns, and a sermon.
Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, we have not been able to hold our regular service schedule since March. Although we are holding our Eucharist services, Holy Communion will be distributed in one kind, the bread, only, as per the Bishop’s instructions, and we are not able to sing at the service.
From Sunday 26th July, until further notice, our schedule will be:
11:00am – Said Eucharist
10:00am – Said Eucharist
11:15am – Bible Study/Prayer Group (alternate weeks)