Worship in the Parish (Chapel)

The Chapel is where the Community worships together. In this section we will talk about the patterns of worship in the Parish and also about the buildings in which we worship.

There is a simple pattern to worship in the Parish.

On Sunday we have a family oriented service at St Michael’s at 0930 and a more formal, choir led (at least in term time) Service at St Teilo’s at 1115. On the 1st Sunday of the month at St Michael’s we have a family service. On the other Sundays the children are able to have their own time in the Sunday School but bring their work into the Eucharist.

Children and young people are invited to become robed servers or acolytes if they want to take a deeper part in the service.

These services are always Eucharists as this is the service that Christ gave us at the Last Supper. The service is followed by fellowship over coffee and biscuits or even cake.

On the first Wednesday of each month at 1830 in St Teilo’s we have a quiet Eucharist. This is usually a simple, said service.

At St Michael’s on Thursday mornings at 0930 there is a said Eucharist followed by coffee. The regular congregation find this a valuable part of their week.

Sunday evenings include Choral Evensong, Taizé Services and presentations and discussions on faith matters. Details are published termly via the term card and on the calendar page here.

We follow the Revised Common Lectionary of the Anglican Church, usually following thread 2. The News page contains links to info about the readings for the week ahead.