Four churches, one family
In this season of COVID-19, we are taking it in turns to gather in our four different locations each week - please see the table below for where we are each week.
To attend a church service, you will need to please book a seat via one of our volunteers for each location. This is so we can adhere to social distancing measures. They will accept bookings from the Monday before each service:
- St Mary’s: please email Fiona Archer-Lock to book a seat at email@example.com or on 07929 625 443.
- St James’: please email Bill and Maggie Barnes to book a seat at firstname.lastname@example.org or call them on 0118 903 4907.
- St Nicholas’: please continue to contact Patsy Theobald at email@example.com or on 01344 428 525.
- Twyford URC: please email Linda Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0118 934 1864.
We'd love to meet you, so feel free to introduce yourself to one of our Welcome Team.
Current dates and times of services due to COVID-19 below. Each week, one of our services will be broadcast online, too, through our YouTube Page.
Outside of Covid-19 season, our usual pattern of church services is as follows:
10:30 am Informal service (1st Sunday Family service, 2nd Sunday Holy Communion)
An informal service with contemporary music, crèche, children's and young people's groups, prayer ministry and a common biblical message.
Coffee after the service.
A Eucharistic service with Sunday Club for children during term time.
9:00 am Holy Communion (Morning Prayers on the second Sunday of each month)
This is a quiet service, with no hymns except at festivals, and no children's groups. Readings and liturgy are taken from Common Worship and a sermon is preached.
6:00 pm Evening Service
A robed choir leads this more traditional service. The second Sunday of each month includes a celebration of Holy Communion.
Sometimes we change our service pattern and meet all together in one of our churches, so please check the diary here for specific details each week.
10:30 am Morning Service
A service with a blend of traditional and modern elements. A good half of our services are conducted by our own Minister, with visiting preachers from nearby churches on the other Sundays.