Most Communion services at Churches in the Bybrook Team Ministry are based on Common Worship, but we also offer:
- Book of Common Prayer Communion service
- Family Communion
- Celtic Communion
Worship for Everyone Together
As a group of churches, we hope that all worship will be accessible to all ages from the very young to very old and all in between. In some services we cater for different age groups separately, or provide activity bags for use in the services. In the Worship for Everyone Together services we stay together to worship. This is really important because it reminds us that no matter how old we are, we are all part of God’s family, equally valuable to him and equally loved by him..
Morning Praise services are usually led by one of our Licensed Lay Ministers, and include hymns and songs, Bible readings and prayers, and an explanation of God’s word from the readings we have used. They follow a very simple pattern, and so are both engaging and easy to join in with.
Our monthly Team Service is an opportunity for all in the Team to come together to share in worship, communion, and fellowship. The service is usually themed, and often includes a guest preacher. Activities for younger children are provided during the service.
These take place on the 5th Sunday of each month, and are an opportunity for each of the clusters to plan something a bit different, and to join together in worship and fellowship. These services as well as the Team services are an important part of our vision statement, and include elements of worshipping, growing and sharing
Thank God for Sunday
A simple friendly service particularly for those less familiar or less comfortable with traditional Anglican worship, followed by a social with drinks and nibbles.
Service with a Smile
A cheerful friendly service of about half an hour which includes an activity to capture and hold the interest of children of eight or under, followed by refreshments.
A friendly service of about half an hour for all ages, celebrating a variety of themes including many of the rural services, followed by a social with drinks and nibbles.