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Christ Church Ainsworth

Services

Sundays


 8.00am

BCP Holy Communion

10.30am

Family Communion

Family & Parade Service 2nd Sundays

12.00 noon & 1.00pm

Baptisms (except 2nd & last Sundays)

 6.30pm

BCP Evening Prayer

BCP Holy Communion (2nd Sundays)

Service of Wholeness & Healing (4th Sundays in January and July)



Wednesdays 


 2.30pm

The Church is open for private prayer until 4pm

6.30pm

Mid-Week Praise

An informal family friendly service. A time of prayer and worship for all ages, during which we gather at the Lord's Table for a simple Communion. We really don't mind if kids are noisy. Come along and join in!

COVID-19

Although we are in lockdown again, our church building remains open for worship at 10.30am on Sundays for a COVID-Secure Communion.


Also, services are livestreamed on Facebook on Sundays at 12 noon and Mid-Week Praise is uploaded to our Facebook Page on Wednesday evenings at 6.30pm.


Up to date details of forthcoming services and other activities can be found here. Our weekly newsletter has details of the COVID restrictions that apply to everyone when joining us for worship in church.







Our usual pattern of worship (currently suspended) is shown below:

'First Fridays': On the first Friday of each month we gather at the Vicarage (7.30pm) for pizza, a glass (or two) of wine, Bible study, prayer and a simple Communion. You can simply turn up, but a phonecall or email helps us to plan the catering. 

The best way to describe the style of worship at our main (10.30am) Sunday morning service is family friendly, 'middle-of-the-road' Anglican. We are not stuffy and toys and 'Busy Bags' are available to help keep little ones occupied.

Family & Parade Services are what some might call 'All Age' (strictly speaking all services are 'All Age') and are geared towards our uniformed organisations (Scouts, Guides etc). They are a mixture of the formal (presentation of banners and National Anthem) and child-centred liveliness.  

For those who prefer the traditional language of the Book of Common Prayer we offer Holy Communion as a quiet start to the day and the timelessness of Evening Prayer to complete the day. The monthly evening Communion service is also BCP.





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