We come together Sunday by Sunday and in the week to worship God's holiness, to hear God's Word, to offer our prayer and to rejoice in God's presence among us.
We are very much a parish church. Every person who lives in the parish is welcome, as of right, to join us in worship.
We welcome those seeking baptism and marriage and confirmation.
The Eucharist and Scripture are the foundations of all our worship, enhanced by our choral music.
We sit firmly in the Anglican Choral Tradition and our liturgical practice is liberal catholic in our use of vestments and ceremony.
Since Cranmer wrote the first Book of Common Prayer in 1549 the intention for Anglicans has been to provide forms of daily prayer and weekly worship that are common to the whole people of God. We celebrate that great tradition through word and sacrament, through teaching and prayer, drawing on the Prayer books of old and new.