6.30 PM


There are occasionally amendments to the services, and so please do check on the weekly notices which provides up-to-date information, week by week.

6.30pm. Sunday

  • 1st Sunday, Healing Service with Communion and choir.

View from the Pew

“ ‘…. and the evening has come; let us pray with one heart and mind. As our evening prayer rises before you, O God, so may your Spirit come down upon us to set us free to sing your praise for ever and ever. Amen’

Forty-eight words and 48 reasons for joining the small, yet faithful band at the Common Worship Evening Prayer service at 6.30pm, in which these poignant words appear.

What calming, soothing and reassuring prose for the week ahead. It’s a lovely and positive way by which to start the next seven days and is my favourite time in Church. It’s a modest and short service that sets you up and charges your batteries until you reach the next ‘oasis’ in a week’s time!

Good hymns, thoughtful prayers, regular format, echoes of liturgies past, canticles, collects and Creed, Psalm balm, readings and responses, quiet fellowship and ‘food-for-thought’ sermons combine to gladden our hearts, challenge our minds and quicken our spirits.

The 6.30 stands us in good stead as we reflect on the week past and consider the prospects for the week ahead. A lovely and quietly embracing service. Recommended.”

– Derek

  • Church of England.
  • Diocese of York.