Worship – Our Services

This page contains a list of our usual services at both our churches. Inevitably, changes occur whether due to a festival or special day or due to unforeseen circumstances. Please always check our weekly newssheet for more up to date details. This may be found on our News page or by clicking HERE.
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Click here to read about our Easter services 2019

 
If you would like to know more about our Easter Services, please phone the Office on 01275 859210 or email us at church.office@christchurchnailsea.org.uk
 
 
 
 

Christ Church Normal Weekly Services

Sunday 8:30am Holy Communion – A spoken service without any hymns (except at Festivals such as Christmas or Easter, when we sing a few hymns or carols), preferred by those who like an early, quiet and reflective service based on CW2 (ie Book of Common Prayer). Breakfast is usually served Second and Fourth Sundays after the service
Sunday 10:00am There are always toys and books in the children’s corner in Church for toddlers and babies.

First Sunday is Childrens’ Church, starting in church with singing from 10:00am and the service begins at 10:15am with a short time together for songs and a story and then into the hall for Childrens’ activities, refreshments and cake. Everyone is Welcome. Never tried Church before? Worried the children are too young and noisy? No problem bring them along. We look forward to seeing you all. Please click on the Children & Families button at the top of the page for more details.
Second and Fourth Sunday of each month is Holy Communion (CW1) with Hymns while Faith For Children (FFC) go out to their activities.
Third Sunday of each month is Morning Worship while FFC go out to their activities.
Fifth Sunday varies with the season; please refer to our monthly magazine for details.

Refreshments are usually served in the Vestry Hall after the 10:00am morning services; please come along for a chat.

Sunday 6:30pm First Sunday Holy Communion in modern language.
Second Sunday of each month, there is no service at Christ Church (but there is Holy Communion at our sister church in Tickenham, see below).
Third Sunday Evening Prayer based on BCP Choral Evensong; a more formal service with full choir.
Fourth Sunday Prayer and Praise provides us with an informal time together, where every member has an input.
Fifth Sunday provides an alternative style of worship such as Taize. This is held at our sister church in Tickenham (see below).

 

Tickenham Church Normal Weekly Services

Sunday 10:30am First Sunday of each month is Holy Communion CW2 with hymns – a service with simplified liturgy.
Second Sunday of each month is Morning Worship which is a little lighter in it’s presentation – suiting all-ages.
Third Sunday of each month is Holy Communion CW1 with hymns – a service with a slightly more traditional feel to it.
Fourth Sunday of each month is Morning Worship – again a service which is lighter in it’s presentation – suiting all-ages.
Fifth Sunday varies with the season; please refer to our monthly magazine or church notice boards for details.
Sunday 6:30pm Second Sunday of each month is Holy Communion CW1 with hymns.
Fifth Sunday of each month is an alternative style of worship eg Taize – see church magazine or notice boards for details.
First, Third and Fourth Sundays of each month we meet together with our sister church, Christ Church in Nailsea (see above).
Friday 6:00pm to 7:30pm Last Friday of each month – ‘Friday Night Light’ – Please refer to our monthly magazine or church notice boards for further details.

 

2019 Christ Church mid-week Holy Communion Wednesdays at 10:00am

January 9th April 17th (Holy Week) July 10th October 9th
February 13th May 8th August 14th November 13th
March 13th June 12th September 11th December 18th

 
 

WORSHIP COMMITTEE – Christ Church

Our Worship Committee is co-ordinated by Linda Randall, Churchwarden and works closely with our Readers, service leaders and the Benefice Office. The committee’s function is to review past services and plan future services aiming to provide a balance between traditional and modern styles of worship for our congregations. The committee also reviews past festivals to identify areas that can be improved or changed in the future, and is planning to extend these festivals to include special Saints Days.

 

WORSHIP COMMITTEE – Tickenham

Clare Fraley, Deputy Churchwarden, co-ordinates this committee, which meets on a regular basis with the Rector to discuss services, choose hymns and to discuss matters of concern from our congregation concerning worship.