WORSHIP WITH US
Shout for joy to the Lord, all the earth. Worship the Lord with gladness; come before him with joyful songs.
Know that the Lord is God. It is he who made us, and we are his; we are his people
Psalm 100. 1-3
Become part of our church family
We have services in each of the churches most Sunday mornings, and we’d be delighted if you came to join us. You’d be made very welcome, whether you’re a regular church goer, or just starting to explore what it’s all about. We also serve refreshments after most of our Sunday services so please do stay and have a cuppa and a chat.
We’d love to get to know you
If it’s your first visit please let us know that you’re new, and we’ll make sure you feel at home. And, in case you’re wondering, there are no rules or regulations to follow: there’s no expectation that you’ll believe or behave in any set way.
Jesus was very clear that this invitation was for all, so we want to make sure you feel that you’re walking into a place where you can come with anticipation, and leave feeling like you have met with God during the service
Walking into a church can take courage. We don’t underestimate that, so if you’re not quite ready to take that step, but would like to talk to someone, please contact us.
Sunday worship across the Benefice
Our Benefice has Holy Communion each week at one of its churches.
This service will be rotated around Woodborough, Epperstone and Oxton. Gonalston will remain closed.
Each service will follow all the necessary social distancing protocol as set out under the Church of England guidelines. This will include wearing face coverings, and implementing a Test and Trace system.
Numbers will be limited, on a first come, first served, basis and dependent on social distancing parameters.
Please worship at your own parish church, rather than visiting others.
The service pattern is
First Sunday: 8.00a.m St. Swithun’s, Woodborough (maximum 26)
Second Sunday: 10.00a.m St. Swithun’s, Woodborough (maximum 26)
Third Sunday: 10.00a.m The Church of the Holy Cross, Epperstone (maximum 24)
Fourth Sunday: 10.00a.m St. Peter & St. Paul, Oxton (maximum 24)
Please do not attend church if you have any symptoms of Covid-19