St Mary’s is Open for Public Worship Again
After three and a half months of closure, the Church is now holding public services on Sunday mornings and during the week. You are very welcome to join us: we are taking all the necessary steps to keep one another safe and well.
All acts of worship are live-streamed to facebook.com/stmarysbattersea
Please note that, until the autumn, there will be no Sunday evening acts of worship.
8.30am Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)
This quiet service is attended by those who like to worship using the 1662 Book of Common Prayer and for those who might have other commitments on a Sunday. There is a sermon, usually a shortened version of the one preached at the main service. The service lasts about 40 minutes.
11am Parish Eucharist
Most people worship at this Communion Service, which is supported by activities for children using the Godly Play programme. The service is ‘informally formal’ in its style, and uses modern language. Although we are not yet able to welcome back St Mary’s excellent Church Choir, we are singing quiet hymns and listening to solo sung and instrumental music. There’s always a biblical, relevant sermon and refreshments are served after the service. The service lasts about an hour.12 July Trinity 5 Reconciliation
Worship during the week is as follows:
Monday at 8.30am Morning Prayer: a service of praise, prayer and Scripture
Tuesday at 8.30am Holy Communion: a quiet Communion Service with a short sermon
Wednesday at 8.30am Bible Study: Join us on Zoom for a short exploration of a bible passage (you can find details about how to join this event by subscribing to our newsletter.
Thursday at Noon Prayer During the Day: a short service of prayer in the middle of the working day.
Friday at Noon Prayer During the Day: a short service of prayer in the middle of the working day.