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Worship

Our normal pattern of services is as follows:-

Sundays

 

8.00 am St Anne’s, Bath Road - Holy Communion
A said service of Holy Communion from the Book of Common Prayer
   
9.00 am  St James’ s, Harpur Hill - Family Communion
Informal yet traditional Anglican style service using Common Worship
   
9.30 am  

Christ Church, Burbage - Family Communion
A village church worshipping in a central Anglican style service of Holy Communion

using contemporary language, with traditional hymns.  On the Third Sunday of the

month we have a friendly new Brekkie Church service which is informal and includes

breakfast; this service can also incorporate Baptisms.

9.30 am    

 Christ Church, King Sterndale - Family Worship

An informal yet traditional Anglican style service in a village setting.

Services usually alternate between a Family Communion and  a Family Worship

Service.

10.30 am

St Mary’s, Dale Road - Family Communion
A formal Eucharist service from Common Worship. On the First Sunday of the

month, a less formal service may take place incorporating a Baptism. The traditional

style of St. Mary' s has a thriving and noisy children's Sunday Club.

11.00 am St John’s Church - Sung Eucharist
A cathedral style choral Eucharist, with an excellent choir.
6.00 pm

St Mary’s, Dale Road - Evensong
A service of Evensong from the Book of Common Prayer with traditional hymns.

The Office is usually said, but occasionally sung.

6.00pm  Last Sunday of the month

Cafe Church, St. John's Church 

A modern, informal service including food and discussion.

 

Weekdays  

Mondays

 12 noon   St. Anne's, Bath Road - Holy Communion (Common Worship)

Wednesdays

10.00 am Christ Church, Burbage - Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)

This is our regular pattern of worship.  Please check our calendar page to

see if anything different is taking place or e-mail buxtonparish@hotmail.com or

telephone 01298 77856.  Before you make a special journey to visit one

of our churches, please check that the service is taking place.