A short, family-friendly service, with a light meal provided afterwards, is held every Sunday at 4.30pm during Term time. Inject a little joy into your Sunday evening!
Each year we offer a variety Christmas services and events to meet different needs and aims. We hope to see you at one, some, or all of them!
From Thursday 24th July, weekly term-time music and fun for preschoolers and caregivers returns to the hall next to Holy Innocents Church, Amberley, from 10.00am. See you there!
During suspension of services at our parish churches, Rev’d Stephanie is offering Morning Prayer and Sunday services as well as worship ideas and resources online. See our Facebook page:
and Stephanie’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC-XoWKnK3lDGZsHNfQ4v3w
We’ve just updated the church service schedule for December 2018 and you will see that we have something for everyone, old and young, including a Blue Christmas service Continue reading
All are welcome to join us at this most special time of the year. The following Holy Week services are all at Holy Innocents Church, on Church Street, Amberley:
Thursday 29 March, 7.00pm — Maundy Thursday Holy Communion
Friday 30 March, 9.30am — Good Friday Reflection Service
Sunday 1st April, 9.30am — Easter Day Celebration
Hi friends, this is to remind you all that with the start of the new school term, Mainly Music has returned to our parish hall on Thursday mornings, 10.00am. Continue reading
Mark your calendar – November 26th is the date of the last Messy Church session for 2017. To all children and parents/caregivers in the community, we look forward to seeing you once more as we celebrate the rich traditions of Christmas through music, stories, prayers, crafts/drama …. and food. Continue reading
August 2017 saw the beginning of a new community-facing program based in our church hall – the wonderful Mainly Music event for parents and young children. Parish priest Reverend Stephanie saw a need in the Amberley/Leithfield community for more activities during the week for preschoolers and their mums/dads. Continue reading