The Church of England has a precious heritage of choral music that can add a dimension of heart-stopping beauty to worship. That heritage is alive and well at St Peter’s.
In the morning at 11.00am on the first 4 Sundays of each month we have Classic Anglican Worship, The liturgy is from Common Worship in today’s language, the communion setting will most weeks be sung by either the girls or adult choir and once a month there will be a more choral setting in similar style to when the choirs sing on their cathedral weeks. Hymns are mostly from the "Hymns Ancient & Modern".
Once a month this service will be held in the Norman Chapel, in order to create enough time for a Communion at the 9.45am service..
Both our choirs – adults and girls – sing each summer at some of the grandest and most famous cathedrals around England, where they stand in for a week of services for the regular cathedral choirs who are taking a much-needed annual break from singing. That privilege gives some idea of the standard our choirs bring to enrich our worship each week, in this their home church.
There are sometimes variations such as the "Remembrance Service" which starts at 10:45am and includes a tradition "Act of Remembrance"
See "The Next Four Weeks" for more details
If the month has a fifth Sunday see "5th Sunday 10.00am"