We’re excited about meeting together as part of the family of God in Godalming
Come along as we worship together

8am Holy Communion

at St Peter and St Paul’s Church
(first Sunday of each month)

This is a traditional service taken from the Book of Common Prayer (BCP), created originally in 1549,  revised until 1662 and still much valued today. A quieter service to begin Sundays.

10am Holy Communion

       at St Peter and St Paul’s Church (second, third, fourth and fifth Sundays of each month)

At our morning gathering, we worship God through His Word and Spirit, through prayer and with music. We follow the Common Worship liturgy, with music led by our organist, Director of Music and choir.

We place importance on God’s Word so each week there is a Bible-based address.

Sunday Club children’s activities are held in our main hall, the Octagon, during this service.

10am All Age Service with Baptisms

at St Peter and St Paul’s Church
(first Sunday of each month)

This service is structured yet more informal, people of all ages join together in a relaxed and fun environment. An opportunity for people of all ages, understandings and experiences to come together, and offer to God their praise and worship. It makes connections at multiple layers and may include activities, songs and prayers, using our screens to view video or DVD clips.

10am Morning Worship

at St Mark’s Church

There is a balance of services each month including an All Age Service on the first Sunday, and with Holy Communion and different Bible-based acts of worship on the other Sundays.

The services are set in a smaller, informal and friendly setting, including prayer, music and activities with something for everyone at St Mark’s Church.

Mid-Week Communion

at St Peter and St Paul’s Church

At 12 noon every Tuesday we offer a short, said communion service, with a Thought for the Day homily.

An opportunity to sit quietly and engage with God amongst the busyness of the week.

Come along
as we go out
and about
and learn about
God through nature.

We look forward to joining together again
on Sunday 4th December
at 9.30am
at the Pepperpot.

There will be an Advent theme to the morning!