Sturry Church

Next Services and Events

Services - Bible Sunday - Clocks Go Back - Sun 26/10/2014

8am Morning Prayer at Sturry Church
9:30am All Age Communion at Sturry Church
11:15am Morning Worship at Westbere

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Church service times in Sturry, Westbere and Hersden.

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Regular pattern of church services on Sundays

Every week, occasional 8:00am at Sturry - 9:30am at Sturry, - bi-weekly 11.00am at Westbere.

The form of the service varies from week to week, according to which Sunday in the month it is.

Planned additional services at festivals, or variations to the usual pattern are listed on the home page.

 

Youth and Children's groups

Children are very welcome
- there are bags of toys available, the lower tower room is soundproof for louder activities and there are baby-changing facilities available in the church.

Sunday Jammers (ages 4-11 or school years Reception - Yr5) starts at 9:30am.
On some weeks they stay in church throughout for a service that is geared towards all ages (Family Service on 1st Sunday, all-age Communion on the 4th Sunday). On other Sundays they share in a short time of worship in church and then go off to their groups in the Social Centre.

Seekers (ages 11+ help with Sunday Jammers or meet in the Upper Room).

Flame Music Team (all-ages) starts at 8:45am.
Anyone who is learning or already able to play an instrument may bring it along to the half-hour practise before the service. Flame usually play along to one or two hymns during the service, sometimes accompanied by the organist.

 

 

Services at other churches in the neighbourhood

Broad Oak Chapel - 10:30am every Sunday
Sevent Day Adventist Church (Stofmarsh Road) - Saturday at 10:00am Sabbath School and 11am Divine Service
St Dunstan's, Hersden (Roman Catholic) - Saturday at 5:30pm and Sunday, 10:00am

 

Sermons requested to be available on-line

From the Good Friday service at Sturry in 2002, Who killed Jesus?

By popular request, the 14th April 2002 sermon, Jesus walks with the broken hearted

By popular request, the 15th February 2004 sermon, What is your lifestyle?