Worship lies at the heart of Christian life. It is in worship that we express our faith in story, song, and sacrament. It is through encountering God within worship that we are formed, and transformed, as God’s people. Whether you're seeking to deepen your faith or are just curious about Christianity, you're invited to join us as we pray.
Scroll down to see our full worship schedule, and do join us in person or online!
Scroll down for further details, and links to the orders of service
8am BCP Communion
10am Holy Communion, with Children's Church.
4pm Choral Evensong
9am Morning Prayer, in church and online
9pm Online Night Prayer
10.30am Tuesdays: The Ark, a Eucharist for Young People, in Michaelhouse
12.30pm Wednesdays & Feast Days: Holy Eucharist
5.15pm Alternate Wednesday/Thursday Choral Evensong (see Term Card)
9pm 2nd Wednesdays Choral Compline
8pm Thursdays HeartsEase (in Term)
Although face coverings (masks) are no longer required, we ask that you consider wearing a face covering when inside our church to protect the vulnerable in our community.
Holy Communion (1662 BCP)
8am Sundays at Great St Mary's
A traditional, spoken service of Holy Communion on Sundays at 8am. All are warmly welcome to this service in the church, which follows the 1662 Book of Common Prayer.
Sunday Morning Service
10am Sundays at Great St Mary's
Our principal service, a sung Eucharist on most Sundays, but on occsional Choral Mattins, both in church and livestreamed to YouTube and Facebook.
Children's Church begins at Michaelhouse at 10am, with coffee for parents and caregivers who wish to stay, and rejoins the rest of the congregation at the Peace.
Sunday Choral Evensong
4pm Sundays at Great St Mary's
Join us for a traditional service of Choral Evensong, 4pm every Sunday at Great St Mary's (5pm BST).
When the 10am service is Mattins, the evening service will be sung or choral Evensong.
There is no 4pm service on 2 January.
Monday — Friday
In church and online, join us every weekday morning for Morning Prayer Led by our ministry team, these spoken services are a time for prayer and reading from Scripture, using the Church of England's Common Worship. Our services are live-streamed on Facebook and our YouTube channel.
We pray daily for the world, this city, the University, and our city — do download our prayer diary.
Tuesdays at 10.30am, in Michaelhouse
The Ark is a weekday worship service for infants and toddlers and their carers. The Ark will be on Christmas break between 21 Dec and 4 Jan, inclusive.
We have several small groups meeting weekly, over Zoom when we can't meet in person. These groups are great places to bring your curiosity and questions as we explore faith together. Email us to find out more!