There is a service at 9.15am at the Church of St Thomas of Canterbury, East Clandon on the first, third, and fifth Sundays of the month.
The Eucharist is at the heart of our worship. It is a time of great closeness to God in which we are physically nourished with God’s own life by receiving Christ’s body and blood in the bread and wine of Holy Communion.
On the first Sunday of the month we have our Prayer Book Holy Communion service. This is one of the most traditional services in the Church of England, using prayers which have been at the heart of Anglican spirituality for 500 years. The service lasts about 40 minutes Bible readings, a sermon, traditional prayers and a celebration of Holy Communion.There is no music at this service.
On the second Sunday our service time changes to 10.30am as we welcome the congregation from West Clandon for our sung celebration of the Eucharist. The music for this service might sometimes be led by on of our excellent choirs. The service lasts about 50 minutes and consists of readings, prayers, hymns, and a celebration of the Eucharist. Our Sunday Club for children aged 3–10 meets during the service and is a great opportunity for children to learn about the Christian faith in an age appropriate way while their parents enjoy participating in the main service. We serve refreshments after our 10.30am service.
On the third Sunday of the month there is a service of morning worship, a friendly service with hymns, readings and prayers and a sermon. There is no Holy Communion at this service.
On the fourth Sunday of the month the Church of St Thomas joins worships at the 10.30 service at the Church of St Peter and St Paul, West Clandon.
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