Sundays

Our usual pattern of Sunday Services is as follows:

8am Holy Communion (said). A tradtional Communion Service, using Church of England Common Worship.

10am Parish Eucharist: Our main Sunday Service with hymns and a sermon. This is traditional village church Sunday worship at its best, lasting about 60 minutes and usually followed by tea, coffee and biscuits. We try very hard to offer a warm welcome. In school term time, Sunday School meets in the neighbouring Church Room.

In addition, please note...

On the Second Sundays of the month (but check the Calendar - see tab above):

On the second Sunday of each month, we aim to have a 'Second Sunday Special' service at 10am instead of the Parish Eucharist (see Calendar pages for details). Second Sunday Specials are half way between a traditional church service and a school assembly! They last about 40 minutes and there is no Communion part. Instead of a sermon there is a more informal talk, usually using slides projected on a screen. We often use Second Sunday Specials to celebrate or learn about things that are going on in our community, or as an opportunity to involve children from Blean School as singers. These services are a good way to 'dip your toe into the water' if it is a while since you  and your family have been to church on a Sunday and want to get a sense of what our church community is like.

First Sunday of the Month

6.15pm Traditional Evensong from the Book of Common Prayer, with hymns and homily