Sunday Worship

Sunday worship is not currently taking place at Christ Church because of the Coronavirus outbreak but Christ Church is live streaming a service every Sunday.

You can also catch up again with previous services here:

Sunday 9th August: Holiday club service (Audio)

Sunday 2nd August: Rev. Choi (Audio)

Sunday 26th July: Rev. Choi (Audio only)

Sunday 19th July: Pauline Little (Audio only)

Sunday 12th July: Mary Salter (Audio only)

Sunday 5th July: Rev. Choi (Audio only)

Sunday 28th June: Rev. Stephen Day

Sunday June 7th: Trinity Sunday

Sunday 31st May: Pentecost: Rev. Leslie Griffiths

Sunday 17th May: Church Anniversary: Rev. Paul Weary

Sunday 13th April: Easter Sunday worship: Rev. Choi (Audio only)

Services are not currently taking place on the church premises.   

Before the premises were closed, our Sunday services followed the plan below:   
       
1st Sunday 10.30 am Preaching Service
     
     
2nd Sunday 9.15 am Holy Communion (short service, without hymns)
  10.10 am Singing, led by the Music Group
  10.30 am All-age worship (including Parades)
     
       
3rd Sunday 10.30 am Preaching service
     
     
4th Sunday 10.10 am Singing, led by the Music Group
  10.30 am Holy Communion
     
     
5th Sunday 10.30 am Preaching Service
       
   
Junior church and creche facilities run during every 10.30am service except on the 2nd Sunday of each month when we all worship together. These all-age services are usually Parade Services which the Scouts and Guides attend. All-age worship is usually less formal in style and may include drama, visual aids and modern praise and worship songs.Evening services take place on certain Sundays during the year, often as united services with other churches in Addiscombe or other Methodist churches in Croydon.

Music

Both Singing the Faith and Songs of Fellowship are in use and we also draw material from a wide variety of resources, including Iona and the World Church.  A small music group helps in worship on a regular basis. For special occasions a ‘scratch choir’ is brought together.