Prayer and worship are the heartbeat of Priory life. You’re welcome to attend any of our regular services, and you can join in as much or as little as you like. Wherever you come from and whatever your beliefs, the Priory is a safe place for you.
Well over 1,000 services take place at the Priory every year. Today people seek to follow in the footsteps of the Augustinian Monks to participate in worship. The Priory offers services that range in style and length from very simple acts of worship to larger, more ceremonial occasions. These are open to all and if you are a first time visitor from this country, or from abroad, you are especially welcome. A special place for those special days, the Priory is also the perfect venue to celebrate a wedding, blessing or christening, or to hold a funeral for a loved one’s passing.
If you’re unable to come down to the Priory, we offer a ‘pray for someone’ service where you can send us a personal message, which is then handwritten onto a prayer card at the church. These cards are gathered and a candle is lit for each one. We also offer home communion for those in the village who can’t make it to our services in person. Please get in touch using the contact form if you’re interested.
|9:30am||Holy Communion (2nd, 3rd and 4th Sundays)|
|9:30am||Family Service of the Word (first Sunday of the month)|
|11:00am||Sung Eucharist CW (first, second, third and fourth Sundays of each month)|
|11:00am||No Sung Eucharist BCP (second and fifth Sundays of each month)|
|3:30pm||No Choral Evensong due to Covid restrictions|
|10:15am||No Holy Communion (Thursday) Under review|
In addition to its daily round of services, the Priory celebrates major festivals and Saint’s Days and follows the church calendar beginning in November/December with Advent, followed by the times and seasons of Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Easter, Ascension, Pentecost and Trinity.
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