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Worship and Music

People, of all ages and backgrounds come to St. Editha's and find a place of welcome, worship and wonder;  we would be delighted if you would like to join us.


We welcome everybody, all ages, beliefs and backgrounds, to join us for worship. St. Editha's is a place of holiness and prayer where people can come, sit quietly and simply be. It is a place also where people gather together to offer their prayers and praises to almighty God.

We offer a range of services throughout the month to cater for a wide range of worship styles and traditions, both ancient and contemporary.

Regular Services




8.30am       Said Eucharist (2nd Sunday of the month)

A short, simple service with Holy Communion and short address (lasts 30 minutes)

10.00am     Sung Eucharist

The principal Sunday service with Holy Communion, hymns, choir and sermon (lasts one hour)

6.00pm       Evensong*
A traditional sung Evensong with hymns, choir and short sermon (lasts 45 minutes)

* on the 1st Sunday of the month, Evensong is replaced by "Cafe Church"; an informal service of praise, bible study and songs (lasts one hour)


10.15am     Said Eucharist

A short, simple service with Holy Communion and short address (lasts 30 minutes)


12.00pm     Healing Rooms

A special drop-in session for prayers with an emphasis on healing and wholeness (runs until 2pm)


9.45am     Morning Prayer

A short service to start the day (lasts 15 minutes - please contact us for further details)

​Special Occasions

As well as regular services, St. Editha's also celebrates special occasions and feast days according to the Church of England calendar. Weekday celebrations of this kind begin at 7.30pm.



As valued members of the St. Editha's community, children of all ages are very welcome in worship. During the 10.00am Sunday service we run a weekly children's club in church with family-friendly activities. There is a dedicated children's area with toys and books, as well as other children's activities throughout the year.

Since the very earliest days, music has been at the heart of Christian worship. We continue this tradition with our magnificent church choir, which sings at most of our Sunday services. Music at services is wide-ranging, from ancient plainsong to modern commissions, and usually accompanied by the playing of our exceptional organ. Occasionally worship may also include other musicians and instruments.


The choir is currently actively recruiting. If you would like further details, please get in touch.

Weddings, Baptisms and Funerals
Every year, St. Editha's is pleased to be able to celebrate a number of weddings and baptisms, and we are privileged to be a place of farewell for funerals and memorial services. If you would like further details pleased contact us and we will do our best to accommodate your requirements.

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