Sunday schedule and special Holy Days

Main Service is at 1030 am

Also Book of Common Prayer (BCP)  Service at 830 am

  • Come and join in this -- you will be warmly welcomed
  • Our main Service is at 1030 am Sundays
  • There is always a social time following the main Service which is a great time to socialize and get to know people.

Please note: We follow the Liturgical Calendar of the Anglican Communion from Advent in November through to the Reign of Christ the following November. We use the three-year lectionary cycle of the Revised Common Lectionary.

Liturgical colours are indicated below. 'Grey' represents the liturgical colour 'white'.

Updated 22 November

Previous update 14 November

December

01

First Sunday of Advent

  • Holy Eucharist
  • Celebrant: The Rev'd Doug Woods
  • Homily: Lay Reader Bill Nicholls
  • (rehearsal for pageant following Service)

08

Second Sunday of Advent

  • Christmas Pageant with parish children and friends
  • The Rev'd Glenn Empey

15

Third Sunday of Advent

  • Holy Eucharist
  • Episcopal Visit
  • The Rt Rev'd Riscylla Shaw
  • No 8:30 Service - come and see our Bishop at 10:30 am
  • Parish lunch to follow

22

Fourth Sunday of Advent

  • Lessons and Carols (traditional)
  • The Rev'd Glenn Empey

24

Eve of the Nativity

  • St Mark's Ottonabee
  • Holy Eucharist
  • 2 pm
  • The Rev'd Doug Woods

 

  • St Luke's
  • Family Eucharist
  • 4:00 pm
  • The Rev'd Glenn Empey

 

  • Holy Eucharist with Choir and Festive Music
  • 7 pm
  • The Rev'd Doug Woods

25

The Nativity

  • Holy Eucharist
  • St Matthew - St Aidan
  • 10 am - Buckhorn
  • The Rev'd Glenn Empey

Also St John's, Peterborough

29

First Sunday after Christmas

  • Morning Prayer
  • Lay Reader Bill Nicholls

January 2020

05

The Epiphany

  • transferred
  • Holy Baptism and Eucharist
  • The Rev'd Glenn Empey

12

Baptism of Our Lord

  • Holy Eucharist
  • The Rev'd Bill Montgomery

19

Second Sunday after Epiphany

  • Morning Prayer
  • Lay Reader Beth Craig-Markell

26

Third Sunday after Epiphany

  • Morning Prayer
  • Lay Reader Bill Nicholls