Worship on the Web

Although we have now been able to resume public worship in church we are continuing to put our recorded services online so that we can all worship together – whether in church or online, and at 10 am on Sunday morning or some other time.

The Vicar, Maureen Hobbs, and the Director of Music and Organist, Greg Lewin, explain the process involved in putting these services – and the virtual choir – together on the How to build Worship on the Web page.

Although we can now take offertory collections in church it would help for those who can to give in other ways. See our Giving page to see how or go straight to our page on JustGiving.

These videos are available on our YouTube channel as well as through this website.

The service for St Luke’s Day on Sunday 18th October is available below.

In this service for St Luke’s Day, we are thinking about St Luke and about all the “beloved physicians” who care for us – nurses, doctors and care workers. It is led by the Vicar, Rev Preb Maureen Hobbs, with readings by members of the congregation who are also members of the medical profession.

As usual music is provided by the augmented church choir (recorded from their homes) under the direction of Greg Lewin, our Director of Music and Organist.


The previous services and other material which is on our YouTube channel is on the Previous Worship on the Web page.


Daily prayer is streamed live on Facebook. This is normally both Morning Prayer at 8.30 am and Compline (Night Prayer), except on Fridays, at 9.30 pm.

Below is the latest one – Compline (Night Prayer) on Monday 19th October.


Previous days are on the Worship on Facebook Live page.