What is the 11 o’clock service like?
Our 11 o’clock service is an all-age service, and these can take many forms. However, here at Newbold Parish Church, our all-age services are a chance to worship together in a more informal way.
When does it happen?
The 11 o’clock service takes place on 1st, 2nd and 3rd Sunday each month. The 1st Sunday is an all-age holy communion service, with the 2nd and 3rd Sundays being a service of the word.
Christenings will now happen on 4th & 5th Sunday at 11.30am, or in the 11 o’clock service itself if requested.
We aim to make our 11 o’clock service ‘interactive’. This means that the congregation has the opportunity to get involved with the Bible readings we look at and these may be experienced in multi-media. The prayers might include a multi-sensory element, and the talk may invite some creative responses. The music is a mixture of old and new songs, and the occasional hymn.
How long is it?
We aim for each service to be no longer than 45 minutes.
Who is it for?
Anyone who likes the sound of it really!
When is it?
From Sunday 5th January, we will be introducing a pattern of three services a month:
1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays
The 1st Sunday will be an all-age holy communion service, with the 2nd and 3rd Sundays being regular services.
Christenings will now happen on 4th & 5th Sundays at 11.30am, or in the 11 o’clock service itself if requested.
The 11 o’clock services in January:
5th January – Holy Communion