St John's, Fortuneswell
8am Holy Communion
11am Main Service
Worship here is serious and challenging as well as fun and engaging, with Biblical preaching applied to contemporary life. we actively encourage the use of the gifts of the Holy Spirit. On two Sundays in the month, worship is led by visitors and members of the congregation. Children are always welcome, and there is usually a Junior Church for children.
All Saints', Easton
8am Holy Communion - Book of Common Prayer (1662)
11am Main Service (Holy Communion)
At All Saints' worship is more traditional- usually centred around Holy Communion, with familiar hymns. We welcome people of all ages, and seek to involve everyone in worship and the life of the church. Children are always valued, no matter how noisy!
St Andrew's, Southwell
9.15am Main Service
"New Time" - from the beginning of 2018 the service is starting 15 minutes earlier in order that the ministers don't have to rush away to their next service.
St Andrew's strikes a balance between St John's and All Saints'. It has a lovely community feel and all are welcome. The second and third Sundays of the month is a Holy Communion service with Junior Church for the children. the third Sunday is a Family Service.
The service style varies from church to church. There is a variety on offer, from more traditional to informal, contemporary worship. Main services are followed by tea, coffee and a chance to get to know each other better.
Please note that occasionally on the 1st Sunday of each month, all the churches come together for an United Service. This replaces the main service for the day (9.30 or 11am services). For details of these services, please check the notices.
In addition to our regular services, there are frequently services to mark important Christian, national and civic occasions. Details of these can be found on the notices.