Christchurch Felling is an Anglican (Church of England) church. It was built in 1867, and has been in continuous use since then. Today we have a regular congregation of around 40, divided between our regular Sunday services at 9am and 10.30am.
The services have greatly differing characters: the 9am service is a more traditional Church of England service – utilising traditional hymnody and Common Worship. The 10.30am service is less formal, although still following Common Worship, a more flexible approach is taken reflected particularly in the contemporary style of worship. A crèche is available for children below school age under parental supervision and a Sunday School for older children. Please note that every 1st Sunday of the month there is no 9am service. The family service starts at 10am and afterwards is followed by a fellowship lunch.
Each of the services has a similar overall aim – to worship Almighty God; to sing His praises; to hear God’s word preached, to pray, to support and to encourage one another in the Christian faith just as Jesus told us to.
Each Sunday and also Wednesday at 9.30am we share Holy Communion (also known as the Eucharist).
Please feel free to join us at any of our services; and if there is any aspect of the service you do not understand, or wish to have explained, please ask a member of the congregation or the vicar (he loves answering questions!)
You can also connect with us through a number of other activities such as Church Mice, Rough Sleepers, Daddy Delights Breakfast Club, Friday Club and other Special Events. Please click on the links for further details and the latest news.
Finally, as a church we are committed to regularly praying for the needs of the community in The Felling parish. If you would like prayer please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.