Worship is created when we come together to praise and worship God. At Fleet URC this usually happens on Sunday mornings at 10 am, and on the first Sunday evening of each month at 6.30 pm.
Our morning worship is usually a traditional family service, whereas on Sunday evening you can expect a quiet, reflective, contemplative service, when many of our ecumenical friends gather with us.
In addition, there are special services throughout the year when we gather together with other Christians in the area for joint worship services, eg the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity and Christian Aid Week; and when we create and provide services for a particular need, eg our All Souls’ Service and ‘Blue Christmas’ services.
The hymn book we use is ‘Rejoice and Sing’, supplemented by ‘Mission Praise’. We also enjoy singing new hymns written by hymn writers of other denominations. We are fortunate to have a fine traditional organ to accompany us, and we have a piano.
Communion is held during morning worship on the third Sunday of every month, and on the first Sunday of the month at the evening service.
We have Parade services throughout the year, when we are joined by our Rainbow and Brownie packs, and our Pilots group. These are usually All Age services, which means that the young people remain in church with us throughout the service.
A hearing loop is installed for those using hearing aids.
Our services are recorded, enabling those who cannot attend the service to listen at home.
For more information please email our Church Administrator, Margaret Armes, or phone her on 01252 650994. Or better still, why not join us at one of our services? You will be warmly welcomed.Details of this Month’s Services