Worship

We celebrate that God is real, that God is for us and not against us, and can be fully known through Jesus Christ.

Our worship draws on  2000 years of the church’s life, bringing together old and new. You will find a genuine and warm welcome at all of our services, which include weekly Communion services, daily prayer, messy church, and Sunday Club.

Communion is celebrated at St Bart’s each Sunday at 9.15am. The service follows a traditional pattern with hymns accompanied by our organist, Tim.

There is a Communion service each Sunday at St Luke’s at 10.30am apart from the second Sunday of each month, where we celebrate with Messy Church (also at 10.30am.)

More information about the different services of worship can be found below.

If you would like to find out about special services for Baptism, Confirmation, Marriage or funerals, click here.

Regular prayer opens our hearts and minds to God.

At Redlands Parish Church we hold daily prayer in the Lady Chapel at St Luke’s on Erleigh Road at 9:00am, 12noon, and 5:30pm every weekday and all are welcome to pause in the middle of the day and make space for God.

Children of all ages (0-100!) are invited to join us for the ultimate in relaxed family worship.

Take part in the interactive sermons – which have been known to feature chocolate and cake – and join in lively songs as we praise God freely and joyfully. Messy church takes place on the second Sunday of each month at St Luke’s, at 10:30am.

Forget everything you think you know about Sunday School!

Christine coordinates our lively and fun Sunday Club, which meets every Sunday at St Luke’s for children of Nursery to Year 5 age, except for our all-age Messy Church service on the second Sunday of each month. We sing and use craft to explore the different Bible readings that everyone else is hearing in the service. At the end of the service we show everyone what we have done, and often make people wish they were in Sunday club too!

Our youth group is for young people aged Year 6 and upwards, and they meet during the Sunday morning service at St Luke’s, eating, playing games, and exploring their faith and identity.

For more information, please contact Simon or Serena

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