Services

While public services are suspended during the "lock-down" recordings of services and orders of service for private use can be found below

PENTECOST - WHITSUNDAY

Order of Service - Common Worship Eucharist here

Common Worship Eucharist - video here 

Book of Common Prayer Eucharist - video here 

 

The Seventh Sunday of Easter (Sunday after the Ascension) video here

Order of service here

Book of Common Prayer Eucharist - video here

THY KINGDOM COME - book of prayers here

 

ASCENSION DAY

Book of Common Prayer Eucharist - video here 

Common Worship Eucharist - video here 

Common Worship Eucharist - order of service here

The Sixth Sunday of Easter - video here

Christian Aid Week Service here

Video here (Rogation Sunday)

 

The Fifth Sunday of Easter - video here

VE75 Day Service

Video here

Reflection here

The Fourth Sunday of Easter - Order of Service

Video here

Book of Common Prayer Eucharist here

The Third Sunday of Easter - Order of Service

Video here

Book of Common Prayer Eucharist here

 

The Second Sunday of Easter - Order of Service

Video here

Reflection here

EASTER SUNDAY

The Lighting of the Easter Fire and Candle

The Liturgy of the Word

The Renewal of Baptism Vows

The Liturgy of the Eucharist

The Blessing of the Easter Garden

A Sermon/Reflection for Easter 2020

BCP Eucharist for Easter

 

We are leaving details of our regular services up here for future information. 

Sunday services at St Mary's Harrow on the Hill follow a monthly pattern except during special Church seasons.

Our services span a broad range of styles but at the heart of our worship is the Eucharist (Holy Communion), which we celebrate every Sunday at 8 am and 10.30 am and on Wednesdays at noon.  If you normally receive Communion in your own church, you are most welcome to do so here.

​Our main Sunday service, at 10.30 am, is supported by St Mary's choir and follows text from Common Worship. Our early morning and evening services normally follow the traditional text of the Book of Common Prayer.

Choral Evensong is perhaps the most beloved of all Church of England services. We celebrate Choral Evensong once a month, led by our choir. It's usually the third Sunday of the month, but please check our service schedule before making a special journey.

We are also members of the Prayer Book Society: the PBS supports churches that include traditional services in their worship.

Once a month (fourth Sunday of the month from September to July) our 10.30 am service takesis a Family Eucharist - this is popular with all ages and is led by St Mary's music group with the choir.

Our First Steps family service is just 20 minutes long but is still a "proper" service, with prayers, a story and simple, favourite hymns. Held on the second Sunday of the month at 9.30 am, it's an ideal introduction to church for our youngest congregation members 

Our regular service schedule

 

text © St Mary's Church Harrow on the Hill 2020      images © S Foster & N Ford 2020

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