The Eucharist is structured around the actions of taking, blessing, breaking, and sharing the gifts of bread and wine as the body and blood of Christ. The 10:00 am Eucharist is a solemn and choral service. Many portions of the service are sung by the priest and congregation as led by the Church choir. Anthems from the long choral tradition of Anglican Church music are featured.
Celtic Style Parish Eucharist – Loaves and Fishes Sunday (3rd Sunday)
This service is very popular. It is celebrated on the 3rd. Sunday of every month at 10am. It is put together by the Iona Community and the Northumbria Trust. The words and phrases in the service are very different from the usual Common Worship Eucharist, and therefore act as a good source for reflection and contemplation on how and why we celebrate Eucharist together. Do join us. Also, at this service, non-perishable food is collected from any who wish to contribute, and during the ensuing week it is taken to the Food Bank at St. Augustine’s Church, Tunbridge Wells, to be shared with those in need.
Servcices are streamed on Zoom for those who cannot attend Church. Please see the Church website for current Zoom Details.