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We look forward to meeting you. Many people new to the Church ask similar questions when they arrive  and we hope the information below will help with your questions. If you don’t find the answer you need, please contact us.

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Services for Holy Week and Easter


Palm Sunday (2 April)

9.40am Procession from St Peter & St Paul

10am Combined service at Cowper Memorial United Reformed Church

6pm Iona-style Communion

Monday (3 April) 

7.30pm Compline

Tuesday (4 April)

7.30pm Compline

Wednesday (5 April)

10:00am Holy Communion

7.30pm Tenebrae

Maundy Thursday (6 April)

7.30pm Holy Communion followed by vigil (until 10pm)

Good Friday (7 April)

10am-11.30am Children’s Easter Egg Hunt (meet in Church Hall)

12pm-2pm Meditations

2pm The Liturgy of Good Friday

6pm (in All Saints, Turvey) Stainer’s Crucifixion 

(sung by the choirs of St Peter & St Paul, Olney & All Saints, Turvey)

Holy Saturday (8 April)

10am-4pm All-Age Easter Encounter

Easter Sunday (9 April)

10am Holy Communion with Blessing of Easter Garden

Regular Services

We have regular services on Sundays at 10am and 6pm. The style of worship varies across the month and the 10am and 6pm services complement each other, so there is always a service of Holy Communion and there are opportunities for traditional and more modern or informal worship each Sunday. 

10:00 AM

1st Sunday – Holy Communion, usually with a choir

2nd Sunday – A less formal service of Holy Communion

3rd Sunday – Holy Communion, usually with a choir

4th Sunday – “Everyone Together” – a service of worship for all

5th Sunday – Holy Communion, usually with a choir


6:00 PM

1st Sunday – “Mix at Six” – contemporary worship

2nd Sunday – Evensong (choral or said)

3rd Sunday – “Mix at Six” – contemporary worship

4th Sunday – a said service of Holy Communion

5th Sunday – Compline and Healing Prayer

Regular Weekday services


10:00AM  on Wednesdays

Each Wednesday we have a traditional said service of Holy Communion, followed by a time of fellowship and refreshments.