•   8.00 am    Holy Communion
  • 10.00 am    Parish Communion (All Age Worship without Communion on the first Sunday of the month)
  •   6.30 pm    Holy Communion on the first Sunday of the month
  •                    Evensong on the 2nd, 3rd, (4th) Sunday of the month
  •                    Reflections Service with meditative prayers, music and readings on the last Sunday of the month

  • Tuesday             10.00 am           Holy Communion
  • Thursday            11.30 am           Holy Communion
  • Friday                   7.30 pm           Holy Communion
  • 1st Tuesday        10.00 am           Mothers Union Corporate Communion  
  • Matins                  8.00 am 

Anyone who would like to arrange a baptism or a wedding, or arrange for the calling of banns, is invited to come to the Church on any Tuesday evening between 6.30pm and 7.30pm when members of the clergy will be available to help with any such queries.  


Those who live within the Parish and can with integrity make the affirmations required within Baptism, may have their children baptised at St Chad’s. Baptisms are normally held in the Parish Church on the second and fourth Sunday of each month at 12.30pm.

Discover all you need to know about Church of England Baptisms at the following link. 

When we bring our children to be christened, as parents and godparents we are beginning their faith journey with them, we are making a public commitment to bring them up within Christian values, to know God and his love for them.

This can feel like a daunting task. So, we would like to help you explore how your child can grow in the Christian faith and point you towards some helpful resources.

Please come along to one of our information evenings. Sessions last no more than one hour and include wine and nibbles and the chance to talk to other families. You don't need to book! Come as parents and feel free to bring godparents and grandparents. If you can't find childcare, then bring the children as well.

We look forward to supporting you further.

7.30 pm Tuesday 15 May 2018 at St Chad's Church

7.30 pm Tuesday 17 July 2018 at St Chad's Church


Those who live within the Parish, or are on the Electoral Roll of the Parish, are entitled to be married at St Chad’s.

Discover all you need to know about Church of England weddings and blessings at the following link. 


Every parishioner has the right to a service in church followed by committal.  

Discover all you need to know about Church of England funerals following the link below.


The clergy are most anxious to be informed when parishioners are sick so they can visit and minister to them. In cases of serious illness especially, the clergy are available at any hour of the day or night. The clergy are always willing to take Holy Communion to those prevented by illness or incapacity from attending church and none should be reluctant to request this. Anointing of the sick is also available.  


The clergy are always available to provide confidential counselling. Sacramental confession is also available if desired.

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