Services

Sunday      
Tuesday
Wednesday

Thursday
Friday

Sung Eucharist
Said Mass
Said Eucharist (BCP)
Ponder (at the Vicarage)
Said Mass
Holy Hour

10:30am
12:00noon
10:30am
7:00pm
7:30pm
4:00pm

Our main service is the Sung Eucharist at 10.30 am on Sunday. The congregation sings the hymns and responses. We have a team of altar servers who assist the Priest, and incense is used.

On Tuesdays, the Said Mass is followed by light refreshments, and on the Third Tuesday of each month we have a Fellowship Lunch with a cooked meal. All are welcome to join us for this meal.

Ponder is a bible study where we consider the Word God and ask the Holy Spirit to guide us concluding with Compline.

At Holy Hour on Fridays we start with Evening Prayer in front of the Blessed Sacrament followed by adoration, concluding with Benediction.

We would love to welcome you to any of our services, and to join us afterwards for a chat as we enjoy tea and cakes together.

Regular Services

St. Martin’s currently attends these care homes in our Parish:

•Arden House

•Lansglade House

•Henrietta House

•Oasis House

•Dial House

•The Mallards

•Annandale House

•The Willows

•Manton Heights Care Centre II

Services in Care Homes

Special services are held to mark other significant dates in the Church's year. These, and other religious and social events, can be found in the calendar of events.

St Martin's is also here to help you mark important stages in your own life. The most common are weddings and baptisms (commonly called christenings). England is divided up into parishes and these services should be celebrated in the parish where you live, or where you are a regular worshipper. Parish boundaries are not always where you would expect, though those of St Martin's are fairly clear. You can easily find out which parish you live in by typing your post code into the box at A Church Near You and clicking on the map that comes up.

 

Should you want to celebrate a significant event at St Martin's, then feel free to contact us.

Special Services