Book of Common Prayer Eucharist
Sundays at 8am
The 'Said Eucharist' is a service of worship where the congregation joins the priest in prayer to give thanks and praise to God. We share in the sacrament of Holy Communion by receiving the elements of bread and wine, which represent Christ's presence among us, feeding his people. This service is in traditional language and uses the 1928 revision of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer. It is held in the Lady Chapel, there is no singing and normally lasts approximately 1 hour.
Following the service there is tea and toast in the adjacent Synod Hall, to which all are welcome.