Services and Rotas

Sundays, Midweek and Monthly


We are gradually opening up our churches for Sunday Worship and we will also continue to run our telephone service alongside. 

The rota gives the details for both types of service.

As a general rule:  Telephone Service at 9.00am,   Service in a church at 10.30am.

All of our midweek services in buildings are on hold for the time being.  We are doing twice weekly Night Prayer services on our Facebook page – Wednesdays and Sundays at 8.45pm.



(The information lower down the page shows what we used to do before restrictions)



You are very welcome to attend any of our services. Most months there are a variety of styles of worship.

If there isn’t a service in your parish on a particular Sunday, we would encourage you to come and join us at a service in one of our other parishes.

Children are welcome at all our services, but those marked as All Age Worship on the rota are specifically intended to be child friendly.

The 1662 services use the traditional language of the Book of Common Prayer (BCP) and provide a contrast to our modern language services.




Midweek Services


Mondays:   Evening Prayer – 4.30pm at Bradley Church
This is a short, said service. We use liturgy from both the CofE and the Iona Community

Thursdays:   Morning Prayer – 7.30am at Hognaston Church
This is a short, said service. We use liturgy from both the CofE and the Iona Community


Home Communion: 2nd Wednesday of the month.  10.15am.  (see Calendar on home page for venue)

Mid Day Med:  A half hour of Christian meditation/contemplative prayer.  Hognaston Church on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 12.00pm. Followed by ‘Lite Bites’ in the village hall.

The above meetings are open to all.  We meet during school term time.

All Age Sunday Services

These are services which will appeal to people of all ages – and are designed to be especially accessible and engaging for younger people.

At Christ Church, Hulland it is on the first Sunday of the month at 9.00am.

In addition, we also have what we call ‘Messy Church’ roughly every other month on a Saturday afternoon.  Click here for more info.

If you would like any more information about these services – please contact Rev Phil Michell.