Worship at St Albright's is in the 'liberal catholic' tradition of the Church of England, so our worship usually centres on the Eucharist. The main parish Eucharist at 10.30am on a Sunday generally follows Common Worship Order One and typically lasts about an hour and includes hymns and sermon. The earlier 9.0am Holy Communion (1662 Book of Common Prayer) is shorter, with no hymns though there is a (usually brief) sermon.
On major festivals and Holy Days there will often be additional services.
9.0am - Holy Communion (1662)
10.30am - The Parish Eucharist
NOTE - On the third Sunday of the month, there is a Family Communion service at 10.30am. On the fifth Sunday of the month, there is a single service (at 10.30am) and this is Prayer Book (BCP) Choral Communion
Holy Communion 9:30am
Evensong and other occasional services
Please check the pew bulletin for further details
Our Church Choir sings at the 10.30am service, and at certain other services during the year. It is also available for funerals and weddings by requests. Practices are held on Wednesdays in the church at 7.0pm, and new members of any age are always welcome. Our choir has members aged between 12 and 95! For more information, please contact David Tibbetts-Chaplin (see contact page)