Sunday worship

8am Eucharist

Early worship on a Sunday morning is a peaceful time to be with God. The service is said and on the first Sunday of the month the liturgy is from the Book of Common Prayer.

9:30am Morning Praise (4th Sundays only)

10.15am Junior Church (in school terms)

10:30am Sung Eucharist

The later Sunday morning worship includes the whole family of the church. The bells are rung to call all who hear them to worship. The choir bring heavenly voices to sing God's praises. The children are welcome either to stay with their families or to join the Junior Church in St Andrew's for their event, re-joining the service to receive a blessing.

5pm Choral Evensong (1st Sunday)

Please note that on Sunday 2nd Oct 2016 Choral Evensong will not take place, there will however be a Civic Service in the Abbey at 3pm, everyone welcome.

Also, please note that on Sunday 6th Nov 2016 our annual All Souls’ Service will replace Choral Evensong (same time of 5pm).


Daily Prayer

The following services now take place in the Apse, Monday - Saturday :

0800 Silent Prayer

0830 Matins and Eucharist

1700 Evening Prayer


Everybody is welcome to come along and share in these times of prayer. If you are unable to make 0800 please feel free to join us for Matins and Eucharist.


Friday: 11am Eucharist

Iona style worship


This takes place on the last Wednesday of the month (except August & December) at 7:30pm lasting for approx. 45 minutes, usually in the Wick Chapel of the Abbey.


The Iona Community is an ecumenical community seeking new ways of living the Gospel in the world. Its members are scattered, committed in their daily lives to promoting ecumenical understanding, peace, justice and the integrity of creation through prayer and political action.


Pilgrimages to the Isle of Iona from Pershore as guests of the Iona Community have inspired a love of worship as experienced in Iona Abbey Church.


Our Iona worship reflects the concerns and committment of the Iona Community. It combines prayers in the Celtic tradition with song, readings, symbolic action and reflection. We share and learn from each other.


You do not need to have been to Iona to enjoy and be spiritually enriched by this worship. It also encourages and nurtures a personal development of faith and discipleship.


St JAMES, BIRLINGHAM

All at 10.30am 1st Sun: Family Service;

2nd & 4th Sun: Eucharist; 3rd Sun: Morning Praise.

5th Sun:10.30am Benefice Service at Wick 29th May


St NICHOLAS’, PINVIN

All at 10.30am 1st Sunday: Holy Communion

2nd & 4th Sun: Sunday Praise; 3rd Sun: Family Comn

5th Sun:10.30am Benefice Service at Wick 29th May


St MARY’S, WICK

1st Sun: 10.30am Morning Service;

2nd & 4th Sun: 9am Parish Communion

3rd Sun : 10.30am Family Service

5th Sunday: 10.30am Benefice Service


Churches Together

Prayer Group: Mondays 7pm, Baptist Church

2nd Sun: Wholeness & Healing – 2nd Sundays in the Abbey, except when quarterly in St Andrew’s on 13th March, 12th June, 11th Sept & 11th Dec.

Altar