Services for Holy Week and Easter

Palm Sunday 9th April
8.00am Eucharist
9.30am Eucharist + Palm Procession (meet at Village Green with greenery)
6.00pm Evensong
Monday 10th - Wednesday 12th April
7.30pm Eucharist with readings from St Matthew's Gospel
Maundy Thursday 13th April
7.00pm Eucharist in Church with stripping of the altar, followed by vigil in the Cloister until midnight
Good Friday 14th April
10.00am Walk of Witness: meet at 10am at Stanley Recreation Ground and process to Cathedral Square for service at 10.30am
10.30am Good Friday Service for young people and families, followed by hot cross buns
1.30pm Liturgy of the Day with Holy Communion
EASTER DAY 16th April
8.00am Traditional said Holy Communion
9.30am All Age Eucharist
6.00pm Evensong

Weekly Services

For additional services, see Calendar.


8.00 am Eucharist
(1st Sunday: Traditional Book of Common Prayer Holy Communion)
9.30 am Family Eucharist. Normally with children's groups
6.00 pm Evening Prayer (Eucharist on the last Sunday of the month)
Note:Prayer Ministry is offered every week after the 9:30am service and for all other services on the first Sunday of the month.


7.30 am Morning Prayer
5.00 pm Evening Prayer


7.30 am Morning Prayer
5.00 pm Evening Prayer


7.30 am Morning Prayer
10.30 am Eucharist
2nd Wednesday: With Ministry of Wholeness and Healing
3rd Wednesday: Mothers' Union Corporate
5.00 pm Evening Prayer


7.30 am Eucharist
5.00 pm Evening Prayer


7.30 am Morning Prayer
5.00 pm Evening Prayer


Why not come and see what is happening at St Botolph's this Easter?

Easter for some people means longer daylight hours and warmer days. Others may notice the signs of new growth in the flowers, plants and trees. The chocolate treats and the pictures of chicks in the shops say something is happening. Maybe you smile at the sound of children out and about that bit longer after school, playing and enjoying the freedom to be outdoors later.

Things are changing around us constantly but Easter Day gives us the opportunity to sit up and take notice of a time when things changed suddenly and dramatically. To spend time wondering and pondering on that one event which changed everything for everyone - and that includes you and me. Jesus is risen from the dead.

Nothing could ever be the same after that event and when we stop to think about that first Easter Day, maybe things will change for us in ways we cannot imagine.

Everyone is welcome at our services. Maybe this Easter is a time for you to come and see what changes are possible for you and the world around you?

Jackie Bullen, Vicar