SERVICES

Our services

With changes to the government’s recommendations and policies on Covid, we are continuing to take steps to keep you safe when visiting St Stephen’s and St Eanswythe’s. You can find out more about our Covid policy on our Covid safety page.

Please note: you currently need to bring and wear a face mask to our services.

Sunday mornings

St Stephen’s Church

Our morning service takes place at 10.30am each Sunday. If you cannot visit us in person, morning services from St Stephen’s will continue to be livestreamed via our YouTube channel

St Eanswythe’s Mission

Morning services from St Eanswythe’s Mission take place at 9.30am on the first and third Sunday of each month.

Our Youth & Children’s groups

Our Youth and Children’s groups will be running on the following dates this term:

9th, 16th, 30th January
6th, 20th, 27th February
13th, 20th March
3rd, 10th April

Older Elements (years 10 – 13) will run every Sunday from 9th January (with the exception of 27th March which is an all age service for Mothering Sunday).

For more information on our Youth and Children’s groups, please visit our ‘kids’ page.

Sunday evenings – Plugged In

Our evening services, which were halted at the start of the first pandemic lockdown, have now restarted and we’d love you to join us. Initially we’re meeting once a month on the following dates:

  • 9th January
  • 13th February
  • 13th March
  • 10th April

We’re calling this service Plugged In. With food, worship, guest interviews, Bible teaching and ministry, we’ll encourage one another as we explore what it means to be a Christian.

In a world that can be very individual, our Justice v Just Us series will look at what the Bible says about how we interact with the world around us. Together we’ll cover issues such as social justice, mental health, climate change, refugees, modern slavery and more.


So please do join us. And if you want some support or need someone to talk to, please get in touch.